( Phragmites australis )
Common Reed (Phragmites Australis) grows in shallow wetlands, extremely invasive and hardy. Forms dense stands, including both live stems and standing dead stems from previous years. The plant spreads horizontally by sending out rhizome runners which can grow up to 10 feet in a growing season.
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