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Carex vulpinoidea (Fox Sedge)

Stems are bluish-green and triangular in cross-section. Seed heads resemble a fox’s tail and are at the same height as the leaves. Blooms May-June. Slender, upright, slightly arching form. 20-35″ tall x 15-20″ spread. Full Sun Part Shade.

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Zone Zone 4
Exposure Partial to Full Shade
Moisture Moderate to Consistent Moisture
Native to Native
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Olive green arching foliage has bronze-orange-brown highlights make the plant appear to be shimmer in the sun. Retains colour all year round so it makes a spectacular display in fall and winter. Clumping habit. 18-24″ tall & wide. Part Sun/Part Shade

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Short-lived, low-growing, finely textured blue-gray foliage forms a mound of porcupine-like tuft of erect and arching blades. Light green flowers with a purple tinge rises above the foliage in late spring. 10-18″ x 18-24″ spread. Full Sun/Part Shade

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