|Etymology||Genus||After the Greek common name of the sedge, "kuperos"|
|Species||Round or fat; perhaps referring to its tubers|
|Synonyms||Chlorocyperus rotundus (L.) Palla, Pycreus rotundus (L.) Hayek, Cyperus maritimus Bojer|
|Common Names||Nut Grass, Coco Grass, Purple Nut Sedge|
Cyperus rotundus is a very common sedge found in lawns and scrublands. The flowering stem is triangular while its leaves which wrapped around the stem at the base are grooved at the mid-vein. The inflorescence is most distinctive, where the linear spikelets are reddish-brown in colour.
Form of the Nut Grass is common in lawns and scrublands.
Structure of the inflorescence.
The spikelets are reddish brown.
The stem of the sdege is triangular.
The leaves are grooved at the middle.