Plant family: Cyperaceae - Sedge
Plant type: Grass-like
Plant origin: N/A, California
Alkali Sink, Coastal Salt Marsh, Riparian
Clay, Sandy Loam
Fire Resistance, Good in Containers, Hedges and Screens
The Saltmarsh Bulrush is a sedge like tall grass, native to coastal marshes and inland creek canyons. They are a high growing grasses that produce purple flowers, resembling pine cones. It is right at home in moist and wet soils and is a natural habitat for birds and small mammals. These grass also do well in containers, or in ground, pond side planters.
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