The exotic look of lucent orange foliage paints the garden’s verdant canvas in the second half of the summer. Long, fine textured strands first emerge an olive-green and later transmute stunning golden brown, copper and orange highlights. Orange sedge looks great here in the top of a waterfall area, in a bog area, or to soften the edge of any pond or garden. Bog plants can be planted in wet or damp soil that is about 1 or more feet away from standing water as well.
Minimum quantity for “Sedge (Orange) or Carex testacea Bog Plant” is 6.