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Mariscus congestus

The perennial sedge has a tufted habit. It blooms between July and March produces brown flowers. The sedge has a short rhizome  connecting plants together. The culms  are smooth and triangular in cross section, they are a pink-red toward the base. The leaves have a width of 4 to 8 mm  and are ridged with deep sharp depression down the middle.

Family Name:
CYPERACEAE
Common Name:
 
Plant Height:
40 cm
Flower Colour:
N/A
Flowering Time:
October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May