Juncus Patens – Spreading Rush


The stems are thin, gray-green, often somewhat waxy, and grooved. The leaves are reduced to brown sheaths near the base of the plant. The brown to a straw colored inflorescence sprouts laterally from the side of the stem rather than its tip and can be open or tightly compacted. Spreading rush blooms between May and August. The fruit is a spherical red or brown capsule that fills and bulges from the dried flower remnants when mature.

Available sizes: 1 gallon

1050 in stock

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