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native rushes / strappy leaf plants

Baumea_articulata.jpgBaumea articulataJointed twig rushtall aquatic robust perennial rush plant with attractive seed heads
Baumea_rubiginosa.jpgBaumea rubiginosasoft twig rushRhizomatous perennial. Compressed ribbon like green leaves. Inflorescence reddish brown clusters of spikelets.
Bolboschoenus caldwelliimarsh club rushRhizomatous semi-aquatic perennial sedge. The stems are triangular in shape.
Bolboschoenus fluviatilisstream club rushRhizomatous perennial growing to 2.5m. Inflorescences open with several leaf like bracts.
Eleocharis acutacommon spike rushtough reed, great for ornamental pond/creek plantings
Eleocharis pallenspale spike rushPerennial rush forming dense tufts. Distinguishable by prominent longitudinally ribbed bluish stems.
Eleocharis sphacelatatall spike rushtough reed, great for ornamental pond/creek plantings
Ficinea_nodosa.jpgFicinea nodosaKnobby club rushreed like tussock grass with upright form and strong architectural shape
Juncus_australis.jpgJuncus australisaustral rushtough reed, great for ornamental pond/creek plantings
Juncus krausiisea rushRhizomatous perennial tussock grass inhabiting salt marshes and the edges of estuaries and other brackish or saltwater bodies.

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