triandra is one of Tasmania's most common and recognisable
native grasses. It is a dominant species in native grassland and
grassy woodland, though its abundance appears to have declined
through grazing by sheep.
It is a moderate sized grass with flat
leaves a few mm wide, at the base of quite tall (up to 1m), erect
flowering stems. The inflorescences are are at the ends of the
branches, tend to be nodding. Each inflorescence has a large, bract