Typha

(Cattail, Reed Mace) This group of aquatic plants is popularly known as Cattails. Cattails are found growing wild in rivers and ponds of temperate and tropical regions. They vary in height from 1 to 7 feet. T. latifolia, the Cattail that commonly grows in the wild, is too big to cultivate in the average water garden. Its size is overpowering and it...
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Typha

[n] - reed maces
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Typha

genus Typha noun reed maces; cattails
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Typha

Typha are a genus of marsh plants belonging to the family Typhaceae. They bear spadixes of male and of female flowers, which closely resemble one another in appearance.
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Typha

Typha ə is a genus of about 30 species of monocotyledonous flowering plants in the family Typhaceae. The genus has a largely Northern Hemisphere distribution, but is essentially cosmopolitan, being found in a variety of wetland habitats. These plants have many common names. They may be known in British English as bulrush, or reedmace, in American...
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