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Scirpus Tabernaemontani

release time:2020-09-04

With a sturdy creeping rootstock and many fibrous roots. The stalk is tall, and columniform. The uppermost sheath has a blade and the blade is linear. There is 1 bract, which is an extension of the stalk, upright and drill-shaped, often shorter than the inflorescence, rarely slightly longer than inflorescence; the cymes in anthelate are simple or resurgent, pseudolateral; 1 solitary or 2-3 spikelets clusters at the top of the radiant branch. The flowering and fruiting period is from June to September. The scirpus Tabernaemontani is produced in northeast China, Inner Mongolia, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Gansu, Xinjiang, Hebei, Jiangsu, Guizhou, Sichuan, Yunnan and also distributed in North Korea, Japan, Australia and North and South America. It grows along water, in lakes, shallow ponds, marshes or wetland tussocks. The optimal growth temperature is 15-30 ℃, and it stops growing below 10 ℃. Scirpus tabernaemontani can withstand low temperatures, and spend winter in the open field in most areas in the north. It grows in lakes or shallow ponds and is also distributed in North Korea, Japan, Australia and North and South America. In Beijing, it is cultivated for ornamental purpose. While in Yunnan, the stalks are often used to weave fimbria mats. 


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