Belongs within: Poales. The Eriocaulaceae, pipeworts, are basally-leaved herbs mostly found growing in acidic wet soils or aquatically. Characters (from Flora of North America): Herbs, annual or perennial, caespitose or solitary, rosulate, rarely caulescent, mostly scapose, glabrous or variously pubescent with simple or compound hairs. Rootstocks rhizomes or stems, thickened, short to variously elongate; roots… Continue reading Eriocaulaceae