This small linear leaves, shiny, gilded, very nice effect of a basin's edge or in shaded hotpot. Spiky foliage, semi-evergreen. Slow growth. Ordinary soil, marshy submerged at -10 cm.
Aquatic perennial the persistent bright green foliage streak cream. Greenish yellow inflorescences. Plantation at all costs or soggy soil. Tolerates spray. Ideal for small ponds, waterfall edge of the pots.
The grass beautiful proud carriage forming a dense clump of erect and semi-evergreen fine leaves, green orange in autumn. Light and drooping inflorescences. Ordinary soil not too dry, drained. If reseed.
A more compact version of the Provence cane. Leaves (deciduous) subtly variegated with green and silver and a hint of pink in the fall. Magnificent on the bank, isolated, at the bottom of a massif, in a windbreak or in a container. Beautiful feathery inflorescences for floral art. Fresh, rich and drained soil
Less common version of the cane of provence. Foliage (void) subtly variegated green and silver and pink dune peak in the fall. Magnificent shore, secluded, solid background, windbreak or container. Beautiful feathery inflorescences in floral art. Any soil.
Rush native of the southern zone, very graphic large evergreen stems, rigid, hollow, yellow striped lengthwise. Pool edges, pots of water. Use in floral art. Slowly form beautiful bunches of fresh clay soil soggy.
Diamond called grass, this grass forms clumps erected to gray-green leaves turn bright yellow in autumn in. Beautiful ears pink purple silvery becoming mature, sparkling in the dew. Very easy to grow in rich soil and fresh. Excellent plant for containers and for fresh or dried bouquets.
One of the best species of sedges and more refined, from new zealand. Evergreen fine silvery green of water. Port fountain. Massif, rock garden, hotpot. Any soil, tolerates drought. If reseed.
Compact and dense clump persistent weeping. Threadlike leaves, bronze. Inflorescences dark brown. Use in groups of 3 for a beautiful effect. Massive and stews. Sol ordinary dried fees.
Grass forming large clumps of dense evergreen, erect, with a bright gilded color?. Small blackish-brown ears. All clay or wet soils or swampy, even partially immersed.
An excellent rhizomatous sedge, slowly extending to form a dense carpet of leaves, semi-persistent,fine, intense blue. Supports all types of soil, clay, sandy, limestone. Resists drought remarkably.
A solid sedge persitant wide blue metalic sheets for solid and embellished hotpot. Accompanied heuchères, blue phlox and ferns. Easy culture in partial shade or shade in humus-drained soil moderately dry to fresh.