any tall, reedlike marsh plant of the genus Typha, especially T. latifolia, having long, sword-shaped leaves and dense, cylindrical clusters of minute brown flowers.
They may be known in British English as bulrush, or reedmace, in American
English as cattail, punks, or corn dog grass, in Australia as cumbungi or bulrush,
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
The cattail is one of the most important and common wild foods, with a variety of
uses at different times of the year. Whatever you call it, a stand of cattails is as ...
These scale miniature cattails
are made from (L to R) commercial flocking, florists foam, home made flocking, sand, with leaves of (L to R) painted paper, painted paper, paper ribbon, raffia.
They are simple to make, and their design lends them to reduction for smalle... More »
If you wish to avoid dirt roads on your way to Cattails we highly recommend using
Griswold. If you are traveling from Plymouth or Novi area you will have to pass ...
Common Cattails have roots that creep, called rhizomes. Rhizomes grow new
shoots quickly. This creates the thick stands which are great cover for the many ...
Cattails are one of the most common and easily identified of our water-loving
plants. ... shaped brown flower spikes of our common native cattail, Typha latifolia
There is so much to know about cattails that a book could be written just about
them. First, no other plants in their mature stage look like the cattail, so it is
Cattail's: scientific classification Typha is a genus of about ten species of
monocotyledonous flowering plants in the monogeneric family, Typhaceae. The