“Schoenoplectus validus is widely distributed in populations across the eastern states, to south-east corner of South Australia. Frequently found in coastal and sub-coastal wetlands, it also is adapted to persist in many scattered wetlands in inland areas with un-predictable climatic conditions. It grows along creeks, lakes and open swamps, in fresh and brackish water. There is a disjunct population in south-west Western Australia, where it grows in swamps and estuaries. Classified as rare in Tasmania, it occurs on King and Flinders Island and in the Midlands. There are no recognised variants for this species. This plant flowers and sets seed in spring–summer. In general, wetland sedges and rushes can be propagated using the bog method. Schoenoplectus validus shows good establishment and growth in constructed wetlands. It is a valuable habitat plant for water birds”. - florabank 2018
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