Carex 'Bunny Blue'® - 25 Plants - 3.5 inch Pots
Carex 'Bunny Blue' ® Sedge, is an elegant solution plant for the problem of wet soil. It has graceful, arching blue-green to blue-gray foliage, grows in clumps and spreads slowly. Carex really thrives in boggy soils and shade. What's more, it's deer resistant, too.
Name(s): Carex laxiculmis 'Hobb', Bunny Blue® Sedge
Flower Color: Yellow, insignificant.
Bloom Time: Late spring to early summer.
Foliage: Blue green, grassy, arching.
Height/Spread: 12 inches x 12 inches.
Climate Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Sun Exposure: Partial shade to full shade.
Soil Condition: Wet to well-drained, loamy, pH 6.5 to 7.5
Features: Graceful foliage, clumping habit, deer resistant, moisture tolerant, shade tolerant.
Uses: Massed planting, naturalizing, bog gardens, rain gardens, water gardens, container gardens, lawn substitute, erosion control, butterfly habitat.
Comments: Carex laxiculmis 'Hobb'- Bunny Blue® Sedge is native to Eastern North America. Foliage is evergreen in warmer climate and semi-evergreen in the northern states. This beauty has graceful, arching blue-green to blue-gray foliage, 1/2" wide, 12"-14" long. Carex Bunny Blue® grows in clumps and spreads slowly to 12"-15" across. Flowers yellow but insignificant, appearing in late Spring. Carex will grow in average soil, with adequate irrigation, but really thrives in moist to wet soil. Carex Blue Bunny® grows best in shade. If exposed to partial sun, be sure to water often. Cut back foliage in late Winter. Use for ground cover, mass planting, borders, edging, rain gardens and boggy areas, as an accent plant in shade and woodland gardens. When planted around streams and pond banks, it helps to control erosion.
Carex is known to host many butterfly species. Among them are Black Dash and Northern Broken Dash, several skippers such as the Broad-Winged Skipper, Dion Skipper, Dun Skipper, Tawny-edged Skipper, and the Common Wood Nymph butterfly. Host plants provide food and sheltered places for egg-laying.
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