I live in the high marsh.
I'm found in big clumps that grow to3-5 feet.
My leaves can grow 1-2 feet long and ¼-½ of an inch wide.
I'm very important to the salt marsh.
My seeds feed animals all over the salt marsh.
I am a droopy bundle.
I live in the higher and drier parts of marsh.
My flowers look like dandelions that cluster together to look like a big flower.
I usually grow 3-5 feet tall.
My leaves are one inch wide and six inches long.
I am in the same family of plants as the sunflower.
I live in the mid and high marsh.
My grass is a goldish green color.
I have some yellow in me.
I'm not as tall as the other plants at the marsh and I get squished a lot.
I can grow to 2 feet tall, but I am often flattened by the tides.
My stems are less than 1/8 inch in diameter.
I am too salty for cattle to eat but I am used for bedding for cattle.
I am found in the low marsh area. You can find me on the left side of the path.
I look like wheat. I have small flowers on me.
The plant height is 29"-54".
When a 3rd grader compared me to them I am up to their knees or waist.
The width of my leaves is about 1mm-3mm.
I get flooded two times a day.
Who am I?
I am found in the lower marsh area.
I look like worms and I have about three colors. The colors are green, red, and tan.
I grow to about 4-20 inches tall and about 1/8 inches thick.
It looks like I have no flowers or leaves.
I can be found in the low lands, high lands, and mid marsh.
I am thin near the bottom and I am bigger near the top.
My flowers are pale purple and tan.
If you want to find me look for a bushel of green leaves on the ground with flowers popping out.
I grow to be about 39 in. tall and 33 in. wide.
My leaves are 9 in. tall 2 in. wide.
You can find me near salt hay grass.
I am protected in R.I so you can not pick me.
I live in higher part of the marsh.
I am the tallest grass in the marsh.
I usually grow to be 4½ - 9 feet tall.
My leaves grow to be 6 - 20 inches long.
I am a good material for making thatched roof.
The higher up on the marsh the taller I am.
My flowers are a brownish-tan color.