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Carex comans 'Bronzita'


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Plant type

Hardy perennial


Attractive seed-heads



Skill level


Carex comans 'Bronzita'

Plant details

Carex comans 'Bronzita' is an attractive, mound-forming plant with tufts of fine, thread-like, evergreen leaves. It resemble a grass, but is actually a species of sedge. Most of those sold in garden centres have reddish-bronze foliage and may be labelled as bronze, although plants are naturally variable and some have greenish-yellow leaves. Plants are very striking grown in containers and also look at home planted around the edge of a pond, where the soil is moist but not wet. The bronze foliage of Carex comans 'Bronzita' is also good for adding foliage interest to a border of herbaceous perennials and grasses.

Family: Cyperaceae

Genus: Carex

Species: comans

Cultivar: Bronzita

Plant type: Hardy perennial

Foliage colour: Bronze

Feature: Attractive seed-heads

Sun exposure: Full sun, Partial shade

Soil: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Moist

Hardiness: Hardy

Skill level: Beginner

Height: 50cm

Spread: 50cm

Time to divide plants: April to June

Flowering period: June to July

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