This pretty sedge has attractive, narrow, blue-green grass-like foliage that grows in clumps 10"-16" tall. It is more upright and its color is lighter blue than the species. Usually evergreen, it spreads slowly by rhizomes. Excellent for rain gardens.
It prefers light shade to full shade and moist to wet, but well-drained soil. Once established it will tolerate short periods of drought. In cooler regions it can take full sun.