Fiber Optics Grass is a clumping warm-season rush that forms dense tufts of foliage. Fine, hair-like bright green leaves are capped by short terminal flower spikes creating the overall appearance of the thin threads of fiber optics. White flowers mature to brown and persist on leaf tips throughout the winter. An interesting plant for ponds and other wet places, in mass, as a ground cover, and a good subject for containers.

Fiber Optics Plant (Low Bull Rush)

Scirpus cernuus (Isolepis cernua)

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