The Green Bulrush is also called the Dark-Green Bulrush or the Scirpus Atrovirens. It grows to be quite tall which makes it a nice contrast to neighboring plants and grasses. It grows quite well on its own and will blossom in May through June. Its sprouts can get up to 25 spikelets. It will develop blossoms that are yellowish green. It adds a vibrant hue to any garden setting and works well around water gardens. The Green Bulrush is a great choice if you are wanting to add some nice contrast to any garden setting or landscape project.
Green Bulrush originates from the United States of America. It is abundant in Northern and western parts of America. Some other species of Bulrush are available in Florida. Species in Florida need disturbed water in the wetlands. Habitats of Green Bulrush are swamps, Cloughs, open floodplain forests, seeps, sedge meadows, moist prairies, along rivers and creeks.
The characteristics of Green bulrush are:
• Triangular upright culms
• Yellow green or dark green color
• Rough textured edges
• Prominent brown sheaths
• Furrowed midribs