SpecificationsBolboschoenus caldwellii is a rhizomatous WA native perennial sedge. Green grass-like foliage emerges from the bulb in early spring and yellow-brown flowers are produced from August to December or January - March. As the weather cools, the foliage dies back to the bulb where it lies dormant over winter, re-shooting in the warmer months. Naturally found in drains, swamps, on the margins of brackish lakes, salt marshes and along creeks in coastal areas. Suits white or grey sand, mud, saline silt and sandy clay soils. rhizomes as a bank stabilizer for river banks and estuarine areas of high salinity. It is ideal for erosion control and as a river bank stabilizer where is also provides habitat for frogs and nesting birds. Waterwise and drought tolerant. Bolboschoenus caldwellii will grow to a height of 1.2m and a width of 1m.
Common Name Marsh Club Rush Plant Type Deciduous, Grasses, Herb, Native Australian Plant, Native West Australian Plant, Perennial, Revegetation, Shrub, Strappy Leaf Range No Dimensions 1.2m high x 1m wide Sunlight Full Sun Bird/Wildlife Attracting Yes Australian Native Yes Deciduous No Evergreen Yes Flower Colour Brown, Yellow Foliage Colour Green Flowering Season Summer Botanical Genus Bolboschoenus Botanical Species caldwellii Flower Type Terminal Clusters Foliage Type Strappy Width 100 cm Height 120 cm
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