Cat-tails are a medium sized water plant that grows from Oregon to Baja and across the US, S. America and Europe. Many bids and animals use the cat-tails for shelter. The Red-wing Black bird uses them to nest and hide in. It is an excellent plant for ponds. Cat-tails tolerate full sun, sand, clay, no drainage, seasonal flooding, and deer. Cat-tails have green foliage, and are stress deciduous.
Typha domingensis tolerates sand, clay, no drainage and seasonal flooding.
Foliage of Typha domingensis is stressdeciduous.
Flower of Typha domingensis has color yellow.
Communities for Typha domingensis:Freshwater Marsh.