The Carex Oshimensis 'Evergold' stands out for its flexible, falling and dense foliage. The color green is illuminated by a wide white central band cream in the spring, then yellow cream afterwards. Like in any ordinary ground except too dry or soggy. It is used in the mass or as a ground cover and fits perfectly to growing in pots, thanks to its port into a ball.
L' Ophiopogon Planiscarpus 'Niger' < /.strong > is a so-called perennial groundcover, forming clumps with narrow foliage and persistent. Its thin leaves are deep black, highlighting any flowering. From June to August, you can enjoy flowering lilac, followed by black round fruit. Slow growing, it does not exceed the 20cm high. If you plant it in a group, you will get a good topping of ground. It should be also in rock gardens or along the massif.
Family: Perennial, Lamiaceae, Liliaceae.li >
Name to use: Carex Oshimensis Evergold, Ophiopogon Nigrescens Planiscarpus
Type of soil: Normal, riche en humus, de préférence frais.
Use: En couvre-sol ( 6 godet par m² ), en bordure de massif, dans la rocaille. En couvre-sol, planter un godet toUS 45cm.
Available packaging:facilities >
Kit 2 m² ground cover, contents (12 scoops of 9x9cm), or as either edge of the massif on two rows: 2ml. < /li >
Kit 3 m² ground cover, contents (18 buckets of 9x9cm), or as either edge of the massif on two rows: 3ml. < /li >
Kit 4 m² ground cover, contents (24 buckets of 9x9cm), or as either edge of the massif on two rows: 4ml. < /li >
Kit 5 m² ground cover, content (30 buckets of 9x9cm), or as either edge of the massif on two rows: 5ml. < /li >
Kit 6 m² ground cover, content (36 9x9cm cups), or as either edge of the massif on two rows: 6ml.
Benefits of this kit:facilities >
Delivered to equal amount (example: for a kit 2 m² ground cover there will be 6 sedges and 6 Planiscarpus).
Rustic, and lining.
Harmony of colours.
very little maintenance (clean the carpet in late winter).
Relatively resistant to heat and cold. < /li >
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Planting sedge in the background towards the Ophiopogon, because they are slightly larger at adulthood