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Carex Milk Chocolate (Carex 'Milchoc' )

Other names: Sedge Milk Chocolate

Milk Chocolate is an evergreen grass with glossy arching leaves that have yellow and red tints when new, ageing to brown and becoming orange-tinted in the autumn.
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Ultimate spread 0.4m
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Ultimate height 0.6m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex phyllocephala 'Sparkler' (Carex phyllocephala 'Sparkler')

'Sparkler' is an evergreen sedge with whorled, strap-like leaves that are light-green with cream margins on an upright stem. In summer it bears a central cluster of brush-like flowers.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.6m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex oshimensis 'Evergold' (Sedge 'Evergold')

'Evergold' is a clump-forming, evergreen, grass-like sedge bearing long, arching, linear, mid-green leaves, each with a central, pale yellow stripe. Inconspicuous, brown flower spikelets bloom in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.4m
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Ultimate height 0.3m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex testacea 'Prairie Fire' (Orange New Zealand sedge 'Prairie Fire' )

'Prairie Fire' is a tender, densely-tufted, evergreen perennial with narrowly-linear, arching, orange-flushed, olive green leaves turning orange red in autumn and cylindrical, red-flushed, brown flowers spikes in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.5m
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Ultimate height 0.5m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex acutiformis (Swamp sedge)

Other names: Marsh sedge, Lesser pond sedge, Carex paludosa, Lesser bank sedge, Sniddel , Sniddels

C. acutiformis is a vigorous, spreading, rhizomatous perennial with linear, red- or brown-flushed, light green leaves and slender, erect stems bearing dark brown flower spikes in summer.
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Ultimate spread 1.2m
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Ultimate height 1.2m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex muskingumensis (Palm branch sedge)

Other names: Palm sedge, Palm leaf sedge, Umbrella flat sedge

C. muskingumensis is a spreading, loosely tufted, deciduous perennial with narrow, bright green leaves borne on erect stems and spikes of golden-brown flowers in mid- to late spring.
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Ultimate spread 0.45m
max. spread
Ultimate height 0.75m
max. height
Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
to maturity
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Carex comans (Bronze New Zealand hair sedge)

C. comans bronze forms a dense tuft of narrow, linear, reddish-brown leaves, with inconspicuous brown flower spikes.
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Ultimate spread 0.5m
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Ultimate height 0.5m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex trifida (Tataki grass)

Other names: Mutton bird sedge

C. trifida is a tufted, clump-forming, evergreen perennial with grass-like, keeled, linear, arching, sometimes bronze-flushed, mid- to dark green leaves and dense clusters of brown flower spikelets in summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.9m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex flagellifera (Glen Murray tussock sedge)

Other names: Carex flagellaris 'Cyperacea' , Weeping brown sedge, Orange hair sedge, Carex lucida

C. flagellifera forms clumps of linear, reddish-brown leaves, and tall stems of pale brown flower spikes in late summer.
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Ultimate spread 1m
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Ultimate height 1m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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Carex tenuiculmis (New Zealand hair sedge)

Other names: Cinnamon sedge, Bronze sedge, Carex secta var. tenuiculmis

C. tenuiculmis is a densely tufted, evergreen perennial with linear, grass-like, brown to bronze-red leaves and spikes of pale brown flowers from late spring into summer.
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Ultimate spread 0.6m
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Ultimate height 0.6m
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Time to ultimate size 2-5 years
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