X, caroliniana sends up scapes 1 to 2 feet tall, slender, twisted or straight. Leaves, linear, quite long. Head of flowers about 1/2 inch long.

Found along the Atlantic States and in Pennsylvania.

X, arenicola. - heaves, long, narrow, twisted, from a broad, thickened base which is covered with thick, brown scales, the remains of older leaves. Sepals, fringed, not so long as in the last species. Flowers, in a long, narrow head.

In pine barrens, New Jersey south and west to Florida and Mississippi.