I like the look of the Juncus! It would contrast really well with a bit of Typha minima I had planned to add. It looks like a miniature version of an already miniature plant. 😁 I searched for the Carex and couldn't find many decent foliage pictures but I found a similar variant plata 'Aurea' or Gold Sedge that looks great so I guess I'll be getting both haha.Juncus ensifolius is another nice one, it's a bit like a mini, grassy, bullrushes and has the nice name of flying hedgehogs. Carex palustris is also good.
Thanks Darrel, this is good to know because aggressive growers can be a pain in the ass as I've learnt with the Oenanthe javanica 'Flamingo'.
I really love the look of this plant but always assumed it would be too cold. Now that you mention it, I think I do remember seeing it in a garden centre once. @shangman has an indoor display of it and I have to say it looks amazing. I think it would be worth giving it a go! I wonder how cold hardy it is...Lilaeopsis brasilensis is sold as marginal pond plants at garden centres.
Thanks mort, I like the look of this too! Also appreciate the fact that it's evergreen. I made the mistake of using lots of plants that aren't evergreen last year and so from early winter until the present day the terracotta section looks like crap. I think it would be good to add it here.Equisetum scirpoides