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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.
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Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.
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Texas Sedge is a Heat Tolerant Grassy Perennial
Texas sedge, Carex texensis, is a heat-tolerant grassy perennial that grows well in suns or partial shade. The yellow-green leaves are fine-textured, and small white flowers appear in summer. Native to North America, it grows in clumps without spreading and attains a height of around ten inches. Although moist, well-drained soil is ideal, Texas sedge is drought-resistant and adapts to many types of land. It is useful as a ground cover or an accent plant. Colonizing through rhizomes is an acceptable lawn alternative, requiring infrequent mowing. In garden settings, Texas sedges can be cut down in winter before new growth begins. This fast-growing plant has no significant pests.
Texas Sedge is Ideally Grown in Dry or Slightly Wet Soil
Though native to the eastern, central, and southern United States, Texas Sedge gets its name from its dominant growth location in Central Texas, hot and dry. This foliage is low maintenance and thrives in drought conditions. Yellow-green in color and pleasing and tufty in appearance, this plant doesn't need to be mowed very often. When Texas Sedge gets too high, you can turn your mower on high and directly reach the job done. This plant grows in clumps, so you can cover as much or as little ground as you'd like without worrying about spreading. The ideal soil would be dry or slightly wet, making this great for the environment and a way to save on your water bill. Texas Sedge is not very picky when it comes to soil. The best growth environment would be moist, well-drained sandy soil, but it is adaptable to many different kinds of land. This plant does well with light foot traffic and will look fabulous planted alongside your footpath or interspersed with bulbs and other flowers. Grass can be very time-consuming, needing the perfect conditions and a lot of maintenance, and that is why so many people are replacing it with Texas Sedge, which takes up less of your time and looks terrific.
Although the Texas Sedge is commonly seen in Texas, it can also grow in other states with a similar climate. It's often used as a substitute for other turf materials or as a liner for walkways. The plant thrives in a dry environment with minimal water as it can store much of the moisture that it needs in its leaves. When the plant reproduces, it often results in large numbers of the plant being seen in one area because of its ease of growth.
When you look at the leaves of the Texas Sedge, you'll notice that they have a fine texture. The leaves can grow several inches in length, with the plant growing close to the ground instead of branching upward. The plant can be compared to other grasses and often offers shade for other plants and small animals on the ground because of the number of leaves that grow. Leaves are at their darkest colors in the early spring months before getting lighter during the summer. The plant tolerates high temperatures well and thrives in all soil types, including those that are dry and clay-like, making it easy to adapt in almost any area.