Schoenoplectus tabernaemontani, Bulrush
Bulrush prefers water
Bulrush plants are excellent and will love being planted around water sources. Bulrush can grow in moist and various soil conditions. Bulrush is a superb grass to add to help with soil erosion.
The Bulrush can also be adorned on planter shelves by placing them into flower pots with aquatic planting soil. Bulrush plants, a type of Sedge family, add a unique vertical appeal to your planetarium. The Bulrush flowers will naturally pollinate through the Fall, and will then bloom between June and July. Bulrush is excellent for water gardens.
There are many different types of Bulrush grasses
These plants are found in and around water; they grow the best in shallow water and very moist soils. The stem on the Bulrush plants are round, light gray-green and usually has no leaves. Flowers that bloom on these plants appears right below the tip of the stem. When these plants are grown in ponds and lakes the submerged parts provide habitats for tiny invertebrates, in turn providing food for any fish that are in the waters.