Path Rush

$65.00 per lb.

Native to Eastern United States, common in woodlands, swamps, meadows, open fields. It is a bunch grass, but less thick than Juncus effusus. Tolerates foot traffic on paths.

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 6 in
Botanical Name

Juncus tenuis

Life Cycle

Perennial

Sowing Depth

1/4”

Seeding Rate

1/2 to 1 lb. per acre

Germination

1 – 2 weeks

Soil

Wetter, intermediate soils

Exposure

Sun to Part Shade

Height

2 feet

Blooming Period

May – June

Flower Color

Green, Brown

Path Rush (Juncus tenuis) is a smaller, native bunch species in terms of width and height and prefers drier wetland areas of forests, along roads and in lower meadows. It can tolerate foot traffic, hence the name “Path Rush,” but it does not respond well to close mowing. Birds often use Path Rush for nesting material.

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