Leaves: basal blades mostly 5-25 × 1-8 cm, bases tapering to petiolar portions; cauline smaller, linear (bractlike) distally. Corollas ca. 3 mm. Cypselae 3-3.5 mm. Flowering Sep-Nov. Low pastures, prairies, depressions, stream terraces, bogs, marsh edges, seepage slopes, pine flatwoods, usually in sandy peat, peat, or peat muck; of conservation concern; 0-30 m; Fla., Ga.