How to Pronounce reeds?

Correct pronunciation for the word "reeds" is [ɹˈiːdz], [ɹˈiːdz], [ɹ_ˈiː_d_z].

"Reeds" in context

Reeds are a type of tall, hollow grass which can be found in freshwater wetlands. Common species include common reed, Phragmites australis, giant reed, Arundo donax, and reed grass, Calamagrostis sp. They often have a reddish-brown color and grow in thickets or stands in shallow water or on muddy shores.

Reeds provide a variety of benefits to the environment. They are often used to create a habitat where a wide variety of wildlife can thrive. They help to provide food and shelter for wildlife including frogs, fish, dragons flies, and many bird species.


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