This outstanding evergreen grass-like perennial forms a dense clump of smooth-textured black leaves topped with spikes of pale pink flowers which are followed by black, iridescent berries in fall; deer resistant; fairly drought tolerant once established.
Black iridescent berries in fall
Striking in beds, borders, containers, hanging baskets, mass plantings,
cottage, formal, rock, shade and water-wise gardens, Attention grabber as an accent, contrast, ground cover and specimen; excellent contrast plant.
Carex comans 'Frosty Curls'
(Frosty Curls Sedge)
Full sun to part shade
6" (15 cm)
8" (20 cm)
Spikes of pale pink flowers are followed by black berries in fall
August - September
Moderate-Low. Keep moist in hot conditions
Prefers a moist, well-drained soil type