Plant name: Stream club rush
Plant type: sedges / rushes / wetland plants
Origin: NSW, QLD, VIC.
Cultural notes: Inhabits shallow fresh or brackish water. Grow in full sun.
Maintenance: Requires consistant water.
Tolerates: Frost, brackish water and innundation.
Flowering season: Spring and Summer.
Flower colour: Each flower stem holds 6-9 branchlets, with each holding a cluster of 1-6 yellow-brown spikelets.
Foliage colour: Mid green grass like foliage to 11mm in Width:. Foliage tends to brown off in winter in cooler areas.
Height: up to 2.5m
Water depth: aquatic to 0.25m
Plant spacing: 20cm apart
Recommended uses: Excellent for stabilsing banks on waterbodies and wetlands. Provides habitat for birds and frogs.
Description: Rhizomatous perennial growing to 2.5m. Inflorescences open with several leaf like bracts.