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.
Splitbeard bluestem is a native ornamental warm-season perennial bunchgrass.
Native grass, reddish stems and leaves, white feathery inflorescence.
Cherokee sedge is an evergreen, clumping sedge with pendulous seed stalks in late spring.
Tall, grass-like sedge with drooping seed heads.
Pretty sedge with interesting seed head.
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.
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.
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.
Showy sedge with white bracts, giving the appearance of white petals. 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.
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).