Also known as the teasel sedge, this native perennial grass favours wetlands such as along rivers, lakes and ponds within sand dunes, tall forest, shrubland and tussock grassland. Dense tufts grow to 1m tall, can be light to dark green, red-green or orange. Best planted en masse. Grows best in damp to moist soil in full sun to part shade. Hardy and tolerant of both wind and frost.
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