Marginal Plant – Carex Riparia – Great Pond Sedge
Great Pond Sedge (Carex Riparia) is a native plant found in wetlands and makes a great marginal plant for natural and ornamental ponds. Planting should be shallow (no more than 5cm below the surface ideally).
Carex Riparia flowers late April/May with a bark Brown, almost black flower. It dies back over winter months but regrows annually. A shorter pond sedge this won’t become overbearing in a pond.
This is for 1 unpotted bare root plant cutting that will require potting as soon as possible after arrival.