Botanical collector Ynes Mexia, who spent a couple days collecting with her in Brazil, described her as a human grass, who lives, sleeps, dreams nothing but grasses clear drawings and explanatory material finally made sense of Miller insistence that we must look carefully at a grass flower in order to identify it. A grass spikelet is the equivalent of a leafy flowering branch and consists of the flowers themselves or which are held in the axils of small green bracts called They, in turn, are enclosed in a second bract the The equivalent of a stem is called a Below the grass flowers are two bracts without flowers the All of these terms are important because often a grass can only be identified by its spikelets and their arrangements, for example, the shape of the glumes and the lemmas.As we worked our way through the next grass, examining the spikelets in detail, Miller eventually identified it as Poa trivialis or rough bluegrass, a native of Europe but often cultivated here and found in wet meadows, swamps, and wet forests.Rattlesnake Manna Grass, by Petroglyph on Flickr (CC BY NC license)Another spikelet she showed us was that of poverty grass, Danthonia spicata, in which a long hair emerged from between a pair of stiff hairs or teeth at the tip of each floret. And we admired the wavy branches of rattlesnake mannagrass, Glyceria canadensis an easy way to identify this distinctive wetland grass.We shuffled onward as folks stopped to look at every grass, sedge, and rush.
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