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Plant Name:

Fowl Mannagrass

Scientific Name:

Glyceria striata


Fowl Mannagrass is a perennial grass with flat, narrow leaves and dense, cylindrical flower spikes. It typically grows in dense tufts and forms extensive mats in wetland habitats.


Wetlands, marshes, pond edges, ditches


Fowl Mannagrass provides habitat and food for various aquatic and wetland species, including birds, insects, and small mammals.

Growing Conditions:

Fowl Mannagrass thrives in wet soils and shallow water with full sun to partial shade


Fowl Mannagrass is commonly used for wetland restoration, erosion control, and as a food source for waterfowl.

(please exercise caution and consult additional sources or experts before consuming any vegetation):


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Fun Facts:

Fowl Mannagrass plays an important role in stabilizing shorelines and preventing erosion in wetland ecosystems.

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