Saw grass, a type of sedge with serrated leaves, that lives primarily in standing or slow moving water. Its habitat comprises mainly of wetlands but also some freshwater lakes. In the US, it is found on the southeastern coast from Virginia to Florida. It is also found in parts of the Texan Gulf coast.
Saw Grass covers large areas, and grows in dense and uniform. It can be found in southeastern coastal areas from Virginia to Florida, and also stretches as west as Texas. It is most bountiful in southern Florida due to its shallow soils that covers limerock and its standing water.
Sawgrass grows in tropical and temperate regions. It is common throughout the tropical americas, one typical and well known area of extensive saw-grass growth is the florida everglades.
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