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Hairy wood-rush

(Luzula pilosa)

Like many grasses found in coniferous forest, the wood-rush remains green during winter. As it protrudes from the snow its appearance is the same as in summer. When the first warm days of the year arrive the wood-rush flowers. It is one of the earliest flowering plants in a coniferous forest.

Summary
Maximum height:
30 cm
Blooming period:
April-June
Fruit bearing period:
June-July
Relation to light:
Shade-loving
Relation to moisture:
Mesophyte
Natural distribution area
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