This course grassy bulrush grows in moist soil at the edge of marshes and has a woolly gracefully nodding seed head. Woolgrass Bulrush grows in dense mats making it an important species for erosion control. Bulrush species work as natural living filter systems which clarify and clean water. Bulrushes provide nesting areas for waterfowl and cover for small mammals. The seeds are eaten by ducks and geese and the roots by muskrats and geese.
Height (cm): 90-150
Other traits: Good for wildlife habitat, shoreline erosion control, nutrient uptake, toxicant breakdown and water gardening.