Sedge family member with spikelets that have terminal clusters of tufts of white to tawny hairs. The top of the stem is triangular while the bottom is round. Found in wetlands like bogs.
|Other Common Names:||Tawny Cottongrass|
|Bloom Time:||Mid July to mid September|
|Fruit Timing:||Mid July to mid September, fruit persists|
|Global and State Rank:||G5, S4S5|
|Commercially available landscape plant?||No|
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