A slender-leaved grass of wet meadows and lake banks, this species produces a slighty nodding, branched inflorescence. Blooming around June, flowers are reddish in color turning tan with age. It will grow between 2' and 4' feet tall, is tussock-forming, and can spead via rhizomes. Bluejoint Grass prefers wet soils and does well in all types of sunlight.
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