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Carex ciliato-marginata ‘Treasure Island’ PP16332   

This sport of C. ‘Island Brocade’ was discovered by Hans Hansen of MN. It is a slow spreading groundcover with white striping and edges instead of yellow like ‘Island Brocade’. Grows up 9-12” tall and 12-15” wide at maturity but stays fairly compact in its first few years. 

    Common Name:Sedge
    Hardiness Zones:5-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in average, moderately moist, well drained soil.

About Carex: With over 2000 species of Carex, there's one for every garden site. Many have striking foliage and all combine well with perennials. Some love shade while others adapt to the sun. Others love moisture, working well in wet, boggy areas yet others are drought tolerant. It's best to check cultural requirements as they vary species to species.