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Carex EverColor® 'Eversheen'

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About Carex EverColor® 'Eversheen'

Carex oshimensis 'Eversheen' is a superb ground cover and container plant with distinctive lime yellow striped foliage. A wonderful little selection with a fresh appearance. It is easy to grow, low maintenance and forms a neat easily controlled mound. 'Eversheen' is a great cold hardy accent plant for all year round arrangements.

Spacing Your EverColor Eversheen Carex

For a seamless planting, plant your EverColor Eversheen Carex 10-12 inches apart from plant center to plant center. For space between plantings, plant them 14-16+ inches apart.

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Common Name
Carex EverColor® 'Eversheen'
Scientific Name
Carex oshimensis 'Eversheen' PP25938
Zones
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Average Size
12-18" H x 12-18" W
Sun Exposure
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4 reviews for Carex EverColor® 'Eversheen'

  1. Kellie

    My Carex Eversheen plants just delivered today. I only ordered 2 to make sure they're going to be OK where I've planned them (a boarder to a walking path leading up to a patio and then continued as a boarder around the patio, to partially act as erosion control) The plants arrived in excellent condition, I hope these first two do well - I'm excited to get the complete border in place!

  2. Shiny (verified owner)

    Wonderful plants ; came very healthy

  3. PAUL SHEA (verified owner)

    Beautiful carex. Becoming my favorite plant!

  4. Ann Kammerer (verified owner)

    Gorgeous and healthy plants when they arrived in late November. Great color. Lovely varigation and form. According to Jim Putnum, these can go in pots in my zone 7. So I'm giving it a try. They look stunning against the dark grey concrete pots I am using.

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