As leaves fall and the landscape goes dormant, grassland sedge keeps its deep green color. This plant was widely sold as carex tumulicola (a native carex) in the california nursery trade. Divulsa) 4 log in for pricing.
CAREX divulsa (formerly C. tumulicola, species, Berkeley
Performs well in shaded areas under trees or use as ground cover on slopes and meadows.
Carex divulsa foothill sedge, carex tumulicola, is native to the west coast and often used in landscaping and restoration.
The quantities available online are less than the total that we have available. Divulsa) skip to the end of the images gallery. Foothill sedge has a wide distribution in california and north to washington. Tumulicola (berkeley sedge) and is.
Drought, deer and bog tolerant.
Once established, the fast growing and versatile carex divulsa can endure an array of factors: The quantities available online are less than the total that we have available. Whether you line a path or create a sea of grass, this carex is versatile. It was found at 6% of nurseries in 2014 and 6.5% of nurseries in 2015.
Use in meadow gardens, as specimen or in small groupings, in bogs, edges of ponds, or as ground cover.
Clumping, arching sedge with lustrous, dark green leaves. Carex divulsa is a european species of carex which at one point was sold in california by mistake as carex tumulicola. Carex divulsa grows in clumps with intermingling narrow foliage. If you do not see the quantity you need listed as in stock, please email to see if we have what you need.
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As a cool season grower, it gets a flush of growth as temperature drop in early fall. Background there has been doubt about the assignment of horticultural foothill sedge to c. Item number form size price; In portland, the sedge is commonly planted in green streets and natural areas.
It was sold in nurseries as a native sedge and widely planted in native landscapes.
Very versatile in its use. Use in meadow gardens, as specimen or in small groupings, in bogs, edges of ponds, or as ground cover. I picked carex divulsa up in arizona in 2003, where it was widely sold, grown, and promoted as the california native carex tumulicola until it was finally outed as the european carex divulsa. Berkeley sedge is also commonly sold as carex tumulicola as well as c.
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It is a very versatile plant for use in coastal full sun to fairly deep shade. Use in meadow gardens, as specimen or in small groupings, in. Divulsa) 4 carex tumulicola (c. It differs inter alia from the california native by being a more aggressive spreader with winter hardiness to usda zone 4.
Up to 2% cash back carex tumulicola (c.
Carex divulsa was included as a candidate plant in the 2014 and 2015 nursery surveys. In early november, carex divulsa continues to provide coverage and a beautiful green background. Up to 2% cash back carex tumulicola (c. Clumping, arching sedge with lustrous, dark green leaves.
Can naturalize in moist, boggy, clay, or sandy soils.
However, regular watering and a trim every 6 months will ensure the most verdant growth. Carex tumulicola (divulsa) berkeley sedge. In milder climates, it will stay evergreen throughout the winter. Carex divulsa, a monocot, is a perennial grasslike herb that is not native to california.
It was thought to be native c.
Clumping, arching sedge with lustrous, dark green leaves. Despite the mixup, carex divulsa is a fabulous sedge and has been a. Fairly drought tolerant once established but looks best with regular moisture. When it was surveyed for, it had a high risk pre score.
Over 1500 species of carex grow in a variety of habitats (often moist to wet areas) throughout the world.
It tolerates boggy wet soils but is also fairly drought tolerant once established. A highly adaptable plant with a nice clumping growth habit. Item number form size price; We have grown both of these sedges and they are in the same section (phaestoglochin) within carex but the non.
It's drought resistant but can also handle periods when it's wet.
Click the button below to add the carex tumulicola (c. This is the true native carex tumulicola, commonly called foothill sedge, and should not to be confused with carex divulsa, the so called berkeley sedge that for many years was sold by nurseries and botanic gardens as carex tumulicola. In 2005, the sedge was correctly keyed and outed as an exotic.