Phragmites Australis subsp. Americanus Locations

DEATHTOINVASIVESMarch 18, 2013

Does anybody know of any prominent stands of Phragmites Australis subsp. Americanus near the Arbor-Ypsi area of Michigan? All I can seem to find is the invasive Phragmites Australis subsp. Australis. I want to find the native version to shoot a video on native flora and also for seed collection for my rain/wetland garden.

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