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Ornamental grasses are indispensable - they provide contrast to more colourful plants, and move gracefully with the wind. They can be grown in a mixed border, or in a 'grassery' by themselves, and they look great in pots.
A tall variegated grass with green leaves each with a creamy-white edge. Showy plumes of pinkish flowers are produced on vertical stems in late summer and persist into winter.
Clump forming, evergreen sedge with tall, arching bronze leaves which curl at the ends
Good for boggy soil orpond margin this makes a striking upright clump of narrow yellow leaves that really catch the sun.
The Palm Sedge has feathery bright green leaves held horizontally from the stem. Requires moist soil and is ideal for a bog garden or pond margin.
Attractive little evergreen Carex with very fine variegated leaves. A good sedge for growing in a pot in a sunny or shady spot.
Cyperus involucratus 'Nanus'
This striking grass related to the Egyptian Papyrus makes a neat plant with a umbrella shaped whorl of bracts.
From eastern USA comes this graceful grass, making clumps of arching narrow blue-green leaves, topped with white flowers which dance in the wind in summer.
Clump forming bamboo, good for containers, producing many new shoots each season so also a good screening plant.
Small, evergreen, clump-forming grass with grey-blue foliage and spikes of grey-blue flowers from May to June.
Vigorous deciduous grass with narrow green leaves and panicles of small greenish flowers from July to September.
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