|SCIENTIFIC NAME:||Phyla nodiflora|
|FEATURES:||Stoloniferous perennial. Lanceolate to oblong opposite leaves. Stem stipulate. Stem angular and
rigid when rolled between fingers. Inflorescence with a “match-like” seedhead, turning brown to
black, 0.2 to 1.5 cm in longitudinal length. Often producing a ring (halo) of small white to pink
|DESCRIPTION:||Common in infrequently mowed poor soils in the coastal plain region. Also common in overly wet
areas or areas prone to periodic flooding. Does not persist well in high traffic areas.