Iris-like, aromatic leaves.
Native grass with variable color; inflorescence from bronze to gray blue, plant from red to brown and purple.
Native grass with reddish leaves and stems; conspicuous bushy seed heads. Low salt tolerance.
Native grass, reddish stems and leaves, white feathery inflorescence.
Tall, grass-like sedge with drooping seed heads.
Grass-like sedge with bluish color and terminal spikes.
Clump-forming, medium sized carex.
Grass-like sedge with pineapple-shaped seed head.
Grass-like sedge forming large clumps.
Grass-like sedge forming mounds or tussocks.
A bunch type sedge with small yellow-green leaves.
Grass with graceful arching panicle.
Very tall grass of fresh and brackish marshes, lower leaf margins with saw teeth, inflorescence with 3 to 4 spirally-arranged scales. Low salt tolerance.
High marsh habitat, grass-like. High salt tolerance.
Conspicuously 3-sided sedge; also known as "mini bamboo".
Annual found in wet meadows, high wildlife value.
A bristle-like tall grass with seed heads like a bottlebrush. Grows in clumps.
A showy grain-like grass with heads spiked with awns, and green basal leaves.
Reed-like; stems are round, dark green, unbranched, and jointed.
Fine-leaved, clump-forming grass; reddish/purplish seed heads.
Iris with showy blue flowers.
Grass-like rush with stiff stems, 3 to 4 feet tall, grows in clumps.
Similar to J. effusus but found in brackish marshes. High salt tolerance.
A wispy, purple-flowered grass with wirelike and unbranched stems and leaves.
Upright clump forming grass with attractive red seed heads and foliage in the late summer through fall.
Tall sod-forming native; very drought resistant. Low salt tolerance.
An important widespread native grass; bluish green in early summer, turning a rich tan-brown and wine-red in fall.
Rush of medium height with lateral clustered spikelets. Low salt tolerance.
Rush of medium height with lateral clustered spikelets.
Sedge with robust seed heads densely clustered near stem tips. High salt tolerance.
A tall rush with reddish spikelets in branched clusters.
Tall grass-like sedge with large fuzzy seed heads.
Tall native grass with golden plume-like head, turns reddish in winter.
Marsh plant surviving in up to 12" of water colonizing by rhizome.
High marsh grass, salt tolerant.
A warm season grass well adapted to drought with red purple spikelets on drooping panicles.
Loosely tufted perennial grass, terminal spikes with spikelets in pairs.
Tall grass with showy seed head; forms dense stands of long linear leaves, can tolerate 15 ppt salinity.
Similar to T. angustifolia, but with wider leaves, less salt tolerant (< .5 ppt).