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Baumea

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Kingdom  Plantae
Family  Cyperaceae
Rank  Genus
Order  Poales
Higher classification  Sedges

Similar  Sedges, Gahnia, Machaerina, Lepidosperma, Isolepis

Baumea machaerina rubiginosa variegata variegated striped rush


Baumea is a genus of the sedge family, which includes around 30 species native to Madagascar and the Pacific Islands, with 15 species in Australia. All are perennial rhizomatous herbs, with leaves and stems very similar in appearance. The inflorescence is terminal, with the flowers tightly clustered or loosely arranged. The fruits are small nuts.

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It is closely related to the genus Machaerina, and is sometimes included in that genus.

Baumea machaerina rubiginosa variegata variegated striped rush


Habitat and cultivation

Most species occur in open moist habitats; many are found in swamps or seasonally inundated areas. Baumea is propagated from transplants, divisions, or from seeds, which germinate readily if sown on damp organic mix and kept moist until shoots appear.

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References

Baumea Wikipedia


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