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SUNNY BORDER PERENNIAL COLLECTION

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Carex appalachia

An eastern North American native that forms tidy clumps of fine te...
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Carex berggrenii

Loose tufts of short, blunt, blue-green, metallic gray to reddish bro...
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Carex bicknellii

A native sedge with narrow grass-like blades about 18" tall and y...
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Carex caryophylla ‘Beatlemania’

Dark green, fine textured leaves, edged in gold. Its mop-headed appea...
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Carex caryophylla ‘The Beatles’

Soft dark green, grass-like leaves growing 3-4”. The inflorescence ...
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Carex ciliato-marginata ‘Treasure Island’ PP16332

This sport of C. ‘Island Brocade’ was discovered by Hans Hansen o...
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Carex elata

2-3’ emerald blades and star-shaped flowers in spring. Good wetland...
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Carex glauca

A popular, useful grass that is widely used for erosion control. Reli...
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Carex glauca ‘Blue Zinger’

Tufted, bluish gray, grassy foliage growing 10-20" tall and 18" wid...
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Carex grayi

This 18-36" accent plant forms a neat clump of swirling blades, with...
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Carex hachijoensis ‘Evergold’

10-12” bright yellow blades with a green mid-vein. Clump-forming an...
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Carex hachijoensis ‘Ice Cream’ PPAF

A sport of C. hachijoensis 'Evergold' with a striking, deep gree...
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Carex humilis 'Hexe'

An eastern North American native that forms tidy clumps of fine te...
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Carex lurida

An ornamental grass with cylindrically shaped, spring green flowers, ...
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Carex morrowii ‘Ice Ballet’

A Sunny Border introduction! This sport of C. 'Ice Dance' has a br...
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Carex morrowii ‘Ice Dance’

Tufts of semi-evergreen grass-like foliage, edged pure white. Spreads...
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Carex morrowii ‘Silver Sceptre’

A beautiful selection of sedge with 1/4” narrow leaves with bright ...
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Carex muskingumensis

2’ clumps of fresh, light green leaves resembling palm fronds at th...
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Carex muskingumensis ‘Oehme’

Found by Wolfgang Oehme of the famous landscape team, Oehme and Van S...
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Carex pendula

2-3’ dark green leaves with distinct, long, arching flower spikes.
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