While you can use the leaves in teas or simply bruised for their scent, the most popular part of sweet flag is the rhizome. Learn more about how to harvest sweet flag and common uses for sweet flag plants in this article.
Japanese sweet flag is a striking aquatic plant that tops out at about 12 inches. It may not be statuesque, but the golden-yellow grass provides plenty of bright color in nearly any area where its moisture requirements are met. Click here for more info about Japanese sweet flag.
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