New Zealand hair sedge. Fine-textured, clumping sedge with whitish-green, hair-like leaves that form dense tufts most commonly to 12”, but up to 3’ in ideal conditions. The rumpled looking foliage distinguishes this sedge from others and makes it a fine single specimen in containers. Best in moist, well-drained soils, plants are equally suited to full sun or partial shade. New Zealand hair sedge naturalizes in many settings, although not invasively in our experience. Plants occur naturally alongside streambeds, where their weeping habit nicely complements moving water. Hardy to 0F. New Zealand.