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Cultivar Notes - 'Blue Zinger'
Taller and bluer than the straight species, the drifts of steel blue clumps make a spectacular display in the shade. The softly cascading foliage of Carex Blue Zinger will create a pleasing addition to your garden as it bends and sways with the warm summer breezes. A nice edger.
Genus Notes - Carex
Carexes are Sedges, not Grasses, but for the gardener, the distinction is moot. They vary widely in size, habit, and foliage color. Many are prized for their architectural quality. All tolerate shade, which makes them especially useful. Sedges tend to grow more like warm season grasses.