Despite a preference for abundant moisture, soft rush will perform surprisingly well in average garden soils as long as they receive consistent irrigation. Clumps are often slow to establish, but once established will spread by creeping rhizomes. Soft rush may be grown in tubs or containers sunk in the mud to control unwanted rhizome spread. Plants will also naturalize by self-seeding. Clumps die to the ground in winter. Cut back old foliage in early spring
Height: 24 - 36"
Spread: 8 - 12"
Light Requirement: Part Sun to Sun
Container Role: ThrillerHeat Tolerant, Bog Plant, Water Plant,