Common name Pheasant Tail Grass. A hardy evergreen perennial grass with graceful arching deep green narroe leaves which turn a bronzy orange or red late summer into winter. In summer long purpled flowers are on arching stems. Can used in a patio pot or planted out in the border. Best in sun and well drained soil. Heith and Spread 100x120cm
Carex Everest is a mutation of the well known Carex Evergold. It can be used as a container or patio plant or as a filler plant with bedding and specimen plants. The distinctive white striped foliage and healthy growth makes this a superb ground cover plant as well. Raised by Pat Fitzgerald in Ireland.
Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ which is also known as Evergold Sedge is a very striking plant when in groups or equally as a feature plant in your garden border. It provides year round colour with its distinctive gold striped leaves and it is also an ideal plant to use in planted arrangements on your patio.
Carex Everillo has lime green leaves which turn golden yellow as the season progresses. Adds a different touch of colour to your Spring and Autumn planter arrangements. Raised by Pat Fitzgerald in Ireland.
Carex Everlime is a superb ground cover or container plant with distinctive green foliage with lime margins. A wonderful selection with a fresh appearance. This variety was raised by Pat Fiitzgerald in Ireland and is part of the Evercolour range.
Carex Eversheen is a superb ground cover or container plant with distinctive lime yellow striped foliage. A wonderful selection with a fresh appearance. This variety was raised by Pat Fiitzgerald in Ireland and is part of the Evercolour range.
Carex Kaga Nishiki is a dainty form of evergreen sedge with fine blades which are margined with stripes of gold. In Summer spikes of flowers appear which are an attractive addition.
Carex Rekohu Sunrise is the worlds first variegated Carex trifida. This distinguished New Zealand species has a stout growth habit, the broad mid green foliage of this new selection is edged with an elegant gold margin and a glaucous bloom on the underside of the foliage.
Cortaderia richardii is a New Zealand native form of pampass grass. This is perhaps the most graceful of all the pampass with tall, elegantly curving, gently nodding flower heads which make a stunning feature plant when the flowers are on display from mid Summer through into the Autumn.