A vigorous sedge of swampy places throughout New Zealand.
As it is a successful colonising plant, it is used for wetland planting but it will also grow on dry sites. Therefore a suitable species where the conditions may vary periodically from very wet to very dry.
Thrives in a variety of habitats including swamps, drain margins, seepages and wet pastures.
is more common in Auckland and has a larger habitat range than Carex secta.
does not grow quite as large as Carex secta
is not suitable for fast water, nor normally seen in deep water.
H 1m x W 1m
Full sun or shade
Plants supplied are ecosourced from the Tamaki and the Waitakere Ecological Districts