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FIELD WOOD-RUSH Luzula campestris (Juncaceae) Height to 25cm. Tufted perennial of dry grassland, especially on calcareous soils (aka Good Friday Grass). FLOWERS are brown with yellow anthers; borne in heads (1 unstalked, several stalked) and arranged in clusters (Apr-May). FRUITS are brown and globular. LEAVES are grass-like and fringed with long, white hairs. STATUS-Locally common throughout.
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FIELD WOOD-RUSH Luzula campestris (Juncaceae) Height to 25cm. Tufted perennial of dry grassland, especially on calcareous soils (aka Good Friday Grass). FLOWERS are brown with yellow anthers; borne in heads (1 unstalked, several stalked) and arranged in clusters (Apr-May). FRUITS are brown and globular. LEAVES are grass-like and fringed with long, white hairs. STATUS-Locally common throughout.

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Date: 1 Jul 2013
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Credit: PAUL STERRY/NPL
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