Weeping brown New Zealand sedge. A handsome sedge with a distinctive form, the weeping brown sedge forms flowing, shaggy mounds of fine-textured, coppery-brown foliage to 2’ tall. The unusual color is useful as a singular accent or in a sweeping mass. Best in moist, well-drained soils in light shade, though plants will tolerate full sun along the coast. Provide a “haircut” periodically by gathering the hair-like foliage into a bunch and trimming off a few inches from the raggedy tips. A delightful plant offering elegance and character to the California garden. Hardy to 0F. New Zealand.