Schoenoplectus mucronatus

Description
Schoenoplectus mucronatus grows in stationary and slow running fresh water along creeks, rivers, dams and lagoons. It is a common species occurring from the coast and northern inland areas. It makes a great specimen plant and has a lot of ornamental appeal.

A clump forming macrophyte with lime/green triangular foliage.
Dimensions
H: 1 metre W: 500mm to 600mm
Flowering
It flowers over Summer with a cluster of seed heads near the top of the rush.
Aspect
Grows in full sun to 70% shade. In shade it tends to grow taller and more open. Grows in boggy ground to 500mm deep stationary and slow running fresh water.
Available Sizes
Viro-tubes
Planting Rates
Mass planting; 5 to 7/m2