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Image of Isolepis cernua photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Fiber Optic Grass, Low Bulrush)

Fiber optic grass is a low growing clumping mound of hundreds of hair-like stems. At the ends of the green stems, small silvery white flowers appear. This sedge is a native of Europe and extreme northern Africa.

Fiber optic grass loves moisture, so ensure that it is in constantly moist if not wet soil in a garden bed, container or at the edge of a pond or bog. The stems are many and fine and readily matt down in time or lack of water and will knot-up with stems of neighboring fiber optic grass...

Image of Juncus effusus photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Common Rush)

Hardy and water-loving, common rush in an evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial that is native to many regions throughout the world. It naturally inhabits calm, shallow waterways and ditches and tolerates both fresh and salt water. Its clump-forming habit makes it amenable to water gardens and containers.

Common rush forms clumps of stiff, upright clumps of cylindrical, grassy foliage of medium green. The lustrous blades produces small tufted brown flowers from summer to autumn. These are inconspicuous...

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Yoder Brothers

(Big Twister Common Rush, Common Rush)

Big Twister corkscrew rush is a grass-like perennial that is partial to temperate climates and native to Europe, Asia and Africa. This plant's unique spiraled stems twist and curl themselves into an interesting tangled mass. Similar to the Spiralis form, it is grown for its interesting form but has a more upright habit.

Big twister common rush grows well in moist, acidic soil in sun or partial shade and tolerates being completely submerged in water. Its unique shape and "wet feet" tolerance...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Common Rush, Corkscrew Rush, Curly Wurly Rush)

Corkscrew rush is a hardy, water-loving, evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial that is native to many regions throughout the world. It forms clumps of stiff, cylindrical, grass-like foliage of medium green. In summer to autumn it produces small tufted brown flowers at its blade tips. Cultivar 'Curly Wurly' forms a somewhat shorter clump with very spiraled leaves. It is best used in the foreground of a container or extremely wet garden soil locale where it can readily seen.

Corkscrew rush grows...

Image of Juncus effusus f. spiralis photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Common Rush, Spiral Common Rush)

The crazy, curly foliage of corkscrew rush will add interest and fun to any water or bog garden. Hardy and tough, it is an evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial. It naturally inhabits calm, shallow waterways and ditches and tolerates both fresh and salt water. Its clump-forming habit makes it amenable to water gardens and containers.

Corkscrew rush forms clumps of wiry, round, corkscrew-like blades that curl themselves into a green tangle. The lustrous blades produces small tufted brown flowers...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Blonde Ambition Rush, Common Rush)

The crazy, curly foliage of corkscrew rush will add interest and fun to any water or bog garden. Hardy and tough, it is an evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial. It naturally inhabits calm, shallow waterways and ditches and tolerates both fresh and salt water. Its clump-forming habit makes it amenable to water gardens and containers.

Corkscrew rush forms clumps of wiry, round, corkscrew-like blades that curl themselves into a green tangle. The lustrous blades produces small tufted brown flowers...

(Common Rush, Frenzy Spiral Common Rush, Spiral Common Rush)

The wild corkscrew rush, ‘Frenzy’, is distinguished by its variegated, upright, curly foliage. The fantastic foliage will add interest and fun to any water or bog garden.

Hardy and tough, corkscrew rush is an evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial. It naturally inhabits calm, shallow waterways and ditches and tolerates both fresh and salt water. Its clump-forming habit makes it amenable to water gardens and containers.

‘Frenzy’ forms clumps of wiry, round, corkscrew-like blades that curl...

Image of Juncus effusus f. spiralis

Maureen Gilmer

(Common Rush, Spiral Common Rush, Unicorn Spiral Common Rush)

There is no mistaking this rush with its unique corkscrew rods that create a unique texture and habit. The plant divides itself between a wild wetland and a constrained modern container garden. Its parent species is native to a huge range spanning both North America and Europe. In habitat these plants live in the margins of waterways that rise and fall with the seasons. This makes them tolerant of growing in both dry ground as well as when fully inundated. This dark forest green, grass-like perennial...

Hardy and water-loving, common rush in an evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial that is native to many regions throughout the world. It naturally inhabits calm, shallow waterways and ditches and tolerates both fresh and salt water. Its clump-forming habit makes it amenable to water gardens and containers.

Common rush forms clumps of stiff, upright clumps of cylindrical, grassy foliage of medium green. The lustrous blades produces small tufted brown flowers from summer to autumn. These are inconspicuous...

Image of Juncus effusus var. pacificus

Jessie Keith

Hardy and water-loving, common rush in an evergreen to semi-evergreen perennial that is native to many regions throughout the world. It naturally inhabits calm, shallow waterways and ditches and tolerates both fresh and salt water. Its clump-forming habit makes it amenable to water gardens and containers.

Common rush forms clumps of stiff, upright clumps of cylindrical, grassy foliage of medium green. The lustrous blades produces small tufted brown flowers from summer to autumn. These are inconspicuous...