(Carex tumulicola)
This fine-bladed sedge is native to California but does very well here. Growing in a clump up to 18″ wide and 12″ tall, Berkeley sedge is a welcome change from mondo borders and takes a lot less water to be happy. Recommended by Dr. Barron Rector, extension Range Specialist at Texas A&M, as one of the best sedges for garden use here. While not a true “grass,” it does have grass-like qualities.

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