COMMERCIAL NURSERY – NATIVE WETLAND PLANTS
Ficinia nodosa (syn Isolepis nodosa) – Nobby Club Rush – Common & landscape sedge
Ficinia nodosa, formerly known as isolepis nodosa, (common name Nobby Club Rush) is an upright to gently weeping sedge with deep green cylindrical foliage that holds its colour all year round on the coast. It is often found growing on the edges of coastal lagoons and in the sand dunes of beaches where it can handle front line exposure to salt laden winds. It makes a great landscape plant for ornamental gardens.
Uses: Planted singly or in groups for mixed landscapes as a feature, or mass planted, in borders, verges, median strips and roundabouts. Extremely hardy and variable can be used as a sand-binder in some coastal locations.