Field wood-rush at Barnham Broom 1/2
Field Wood-rush by Emily Nobbs 2/2

Field Wood-rush Luzula campestris

Field Wood-rush is a common plant of grassy areas such as lawns, greens and downlands; it is particularly keen on acidic soils but can even be found on chalk. Its dark brown, rounded flowers appear from April to May and have earned it another common name of 'Good Friday Grass'.

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Common.

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