Coastal Panicgrass, Bitter Panicgrass
Coastal Panicgrass is a clump-forming, warm season, perennial grass. The flowers become compact clusters of seed heads, September-February. Arching...
Prairie Cordgrass, Sloughgrass, Ripgut
Prairie Cordgrass is a tall, stiff, warm-season perennial grass. Its clustered branches of yellow-brown flowers bloom on spikelets, July-August. ...
Saltmeadow Cordgrass, Saltmarsh Cordgrass, Salt Hay
Saltmeadow Cordgrass is a warm-season perennial grass. The slender, wiry plants grow in thick mats. The action of wind and water can bend the...
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New Jersey is divided into four main physiographic regions based on differences in relief, landforms, and geology – Ridge and Valley, Highlands, Piedmont, and Coastal Plain. The boundary between each region is determined by a major change in topography and geology. For more information see New Jersey’s physiographic regions
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