Carex plantaginea

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Seersucker sedge is named for its broad puckered leaves, which make a wonderful complement to ferns and hostas and other shade-loving plants. It especially thrives in average to moist, humus-rich soil and partial to full shade. In the wild it's often found on north-facing wooded slopes, forming lush clumps. Zone 4. Propagated from divisions. Deep 3.5-inch pots. Photo by Jay Sturner, licensed under CC BY 2.0