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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typha

Typha /ˈtaɪfə/ is a genus of about 30 species of monocotyledonous flowering plants in the ... Different species of cattails are adapted to different water depths.

www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/water-plants/cattails/controlling-cattails.htm

Mar 27, 2015 ... Ask anyone responsible for maintaining these same areas as part of an artificial landscape (like a garden) and opinions on those cattail plants ...

www.cattails.info

Cattails are wetland plants with a unique flowering spike, flat blade like leaves that reach heights from 3 to 10 feet. Cattails are one of the most common plants in  ...

www.cattails.info/Types_of_cattail.html

Hybrid cattail is an erect, rhizomatous perennial aquatic herb that can range in height from 3 to 10 feet. Leaves of the plant are long, linear, parallel-veined, ...

aquaplant.tamu.edu/plant-identification/alphabetical-index/cattail

Cattails can be partially submerged or in boggy areas with no permanently standing water. Cattails spread rapidly because their seeds blow in the wind and float on the water's surface and vegetatively they spread from ... Quick Plant Links  ...

www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/plants/native/cattail.html

Native Freshwater Plants. Cattail; a common and useful native plant. Cattails are one of the most common and easily identified of our water-loving plants.

www.eattheweeds.com/cattails-a-survival-dinner

No green plant produces more edible starch per acre than the Cat O' Nine Tails; ... First, no other plants in their mature stage look like the cattail, so it is difficult to  ...

www.nwplants.com/business/catalog/typ_lat.html

Typha latifolia (Cattail, Reed Mace, Bull Rush, Black Paddy), Pacific northwest native perennial.

www.ediblewildfood.com/cattail.aspx

Cattail (Typha latifolia) is wild, edible and nutritious food. Identify cattail via its pictures, habitat, height, flowers and leaves. ... Alphabetical Plant Listing.

www.naturalnews.com/042065_cattail_aquatic_plants_food_foraging.html

Sep 16, 2013 ... Cattail: Learn how to harvest and utilize this wild aquatic plant during the best and worst of times.