CAREX divulsa (formerly C. tumulicola, species, Berkeley ...- hand soap 5l carex divulsa tumulicola grasses identification badges ,Grass-like Perennial: Drought, deer and bog tolerant. Clump-forming, evergreen ornamental grass. Very versatile in its use. Good ground cover under trees; tolerates abuse. Inconspicuous greenish flowers aging to brown. Attracts butterflies. Height: 18-24". Spread: 18-24". Exposure: sun or shade. Water: moderate. USDA Z4. (we have been selling this plant as Carex species -Carex Complete Hand Wash 5 Litre - BeSafe Supplies LtdCarex Complete Antibacterial Hand Soap / Hand Wash 5L Specially developed for commercial customers for whom quality and image count. Kills 99.9% bacteria. …



Carex divulsa – Knoll Gardens | Ornamental Grasses and ...

Carex divulsa. £6.99. Superb, beautiful and adaptable native sedge with dark green leaves that form gracefully drooping mounds of invaluable evergreen foliage. Sun or shade and dry to damp soils. Height 35cm – 45cm. Evergreen Native. 56 in stock. Quantity. Add to basket.

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Carex divulsa - GREENLEE & ASSOCIATES

Carex divulsa The Berkeley Sedge. USDA Hardiness: 5 – 9 Native to Europe. This dark green clumping sedge is one of the best, most versatile and manageable of the ground cover sedges for making meadows. Growing to 12 – 18 inches, it can be kept lower with occasional cutting. Tolerant of sun, clay or sand, this sedge is the workhorse of many meadows I make. …

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Carex tumulicola vs. Carex divulsa Foothill sedge, Carex tumulicola, is native to the West Coast and often used in landscaping and restoration. In Portland, the sedge is commonly planted in green streets and natural areas. Background There has been doubt about the assignment of horticultural foothill sedge to C. tumulicola. In 2005

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