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Appalachain sedge is not just pretty to look at but also a hardy grower. When you are getting ready for a new landscaping project you want to choose plants that are adaptable and easy to manage. Take for example the Carex Appalachica 4 year bareroot which is a sedge that is most commonly grown within the eastern parts of North America. If you cannot find these at your local nursery you will have a lot of luck at TN Nursery. We have a full stock of sedges at all times so you can get what you need when you want. If you are thinking about this sedge as your perfect sedge make sure you live in the perfect growing zone. Those living in zones 3-7 will have a lot of luck with this sedge from TN Nursery. The soil needs to be incredibly well-drained in order for you to see some great growth. Of course this plant can grow in other soil types due to the fact that this sedge can adapt incredibly easily. Most plants may not be as tolerant of areas that are currently experiencing a drought. This sedge however will actually do quite well within this particular setting. It will also keep the deer away if your area has a specific problem like this one. This sedge is actually a plant that looks great all year round! Most plants will only thrive and bloom in the fall or even the spring but this particular sedge has foliage that is attractive throughout all 4 seasons! This is a ground plant that is likely to spread on its own so make sure you have enough room. This sedge looks great when grown along walk ways or paths that you might have in your yard or on your land. If you are worried about the transplanting process make sure you let us handle everything and give you the best information you can find.
Choose Native Grass to enjoy around your home and in your water gardens
These plants will be beautiful around your pond or lawn. They will give your area a natural look.
Native Grass will add beauty to your lawn or ponds
These plants will add that special touch to your lawn or pond. These plants will also grow well on your lawn and will help with soil erosion.