Flowers in 6 to 12 inch clusters, Fruit is brown to yellow-brown.
|Season Bloom||June - September|
|Habitat||Cottongrass bulrush or wool grass is a densely-tufted, clump-forming perennial. Many brown, wooly bristles give the cluster of spikelets in the terminal inflorescence a fuzzy appearance. This is one of several important species of wetland plants, many of them emergents, that provide food and cover for waterfowl and other wildlife. Good for erosion control when planted en masse; forms a buffer against wind and water action, thus permitting other aquatic plants to grow in an otherwise unfavorable environment.|
|Leaf Description||Erect stem that is leafy up to the flower cluster.|