Reeds, (fr. roseaux): reeds are represented in bundles, sheaves or tufts, and with them may be grouped rushes and bulrushes.
Argent, two bundles of reeds in fesse vert--JANSSEN, Wimbledon, Surrey; Baronetcy 1714; quartering second and third, per fesse or and azure a swan naiant proper, and fourth argent, one bundle of reeds vert.
Gules, a chevron engrailed between three reed shaves argent--REDHAM.
Gules, three tufts of reeds vert--SYKES, late of Basildon, co. Berks.
Argent, on a chevron gules between three bundles of rushes vert, banded or a mullet of the last--SHAKERLEY, co. Derby(Temp HEN. VI.).
Argent, on a mount of bulrushes in base proper a bull passant sable, a chief pean billety or, with a canton of the last--SCOFF, co. Worcester.
Argent, on a mount with bulrushes proper stalked and leaved vert a bull passant gules--RIDLEY.