This clump-forming evergeen sedge is a wonderful accent in the landscape or in containers. It has narrow green blades with a beautiful orange tinge, maturing at about 2′ tall and wide.  It works well as a mass-planting or as an accent tucked in the front of the border with other perennials. It prefers well-drained soil and does best full sun. I cut mine back in late winter/early spring and get a new flush of fresh foliage.