Description from Possibility Place: I find it hard to call this rush “common” as the literature does. Though it is one of the more common in occurrence, I think it has some grace to the way it presents itself in stature. When chanced upon, you’ll see that it has a spiky, almost porcupine look with dark green shoots. The creamy white flowers seem to erupt from the side of the stem early in the season and stay on the plant for most of summer. I have used it on many restoration sites right in the water on the edge of ponds. Looks great as an alternative to cattail at a third the height. I have also used it in my garden and like the results.
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