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Phragmites (non-native) - Bump Road - 0.5 Mile East of S Cincinnati Rd

Date First Found
Location First Found
By farmer driveway in wetland roadside strip on south side of Bump road east of Albany
Latitude and Longitude
42.70481, -89.41825
Original Extent
A Few Plants

Phragmites (non-native)

About Phragmites (non-native)

Phragmites is a tall, warm-season perennial grass with featherlike plumes at the top of its stems. It can reach heights of up to 12 feet. Although Phragmites is native to much of the world, highly aggressive strains that form dense stands are believed to be from somewhere other than Wisconsin.