|The cultivar, Evergold' syn. C. oshimensis (often confused with C. morrowii) bears deep green foliage with streaks of ivory to each leaf. Brown flower spikes, 1/2 to 1-1/4 inch grow on stems to 6 inches long. The flower spikes are earth tones.
C. hachijoensis ia an evergreen, perennial, ornamental grass that has a dense clump-forming growth habit. The Sedge family is quite large, including more than 1,500 species, both evergreen and deciduous. These can be found from the coldest climates and high altitudes all the way to the tropics. All sedge are essentially grasslike in appearance and range in size from extremely small tufts of two inches in height up to large clumps of six or more feet in height and half that in spread. Sedge are nearly always grown for the appearance of foliage as the flower spikes, while attractive are often quite inconspicuous.