Juncus subsecundus

Finger Rush

Size

1m

Flower Colour

brown

Flowering Dates

October, November, December

Best Seasons

spring


Description

Juncus subsecundus is a rhizomatious, colonising rush that grows to 0.3–1m. It is typically seen in swamps. They have stiff, fine terete stems and straw-coloured flowers in spring. They are shade tolerant and can be used in the garden or pond.

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