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Streaked Arrow Grrass
This rhizomatous perennial has narrow, linear leaves with parallel lines. It ranges in height between 3 cm and 25 cm.
The plant produces numerous small, round, green flowers on a central stem that can range in height from 3 cm to 15 cm.
The leaves and stems grow from rhizomes (stems along or below ground).
It flowers in a dense spike between November and December. Individual flowers have short stalks.
The fruit is around 3 mm in diameter.
Streaked arrow grass is commonly found in swampy sections of saltmarsh.
salt marshes, wet saline habitats, water-logged areas in the margins of ponds and lagoons.
Streaked Arrow Grass is common along the Australian coastline. It is found in central east and south east Queensland, eastern New South Wales, Victoria, south east of South Australia, Tasmania and south west of Western Australia
|Common Name:||Streaked Arrow Grrass|