Carex is a genus of sedges, which indicates that they form tight clumps of grass-like leaves. Many of the cultivated kinds have bronze or variegated foliage, and if clumps are split and replanted they soon make useful ground cover, giving structure and subtle colour throughout the year.
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Carex buchananii

Architectural sedge with fountain of slender bronze leaves.

Carex 'Silver Sceptre'

Evergreen sedge with broad silver-margined leaves.