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Juncus tenuis 'Blue Arrows'

Juncus tenuis 'Blue Arrows' is a beautiful and durable cultivar of the native rush plant in the Juncaceae family. This hardy plant is perfect for cold climates and wet, heavy soils, making it a great option for gardens in a wide range of regions. It is also a versatile plant that can be grown in a variety of settings, such as along pond margins, in rain or rock gardens, and in containers.

With its insignificant green flowers that appear from May to September, 'Blue Arrows' adds a subtle beauty to your garden. It is tolerant of a range of conditions, including moist, occasional flooding, and clay soils, and can survive with occasional wetness. Its tough stems have earned it the nickname "wire grass," making it a strong and reliable choice.

Path rush can be grown in clumps at the edge of a pond or stream, among stones or pebbles, or simply as a novelty. It is also a great groundcover and can be used to control erosion. Its soft and touchable foliage can be mowed to a uniform height of 3-8 inches to maintain a neat look. This plant is undemanding and low maintenance, and its self-sowing characteristic makes it an outstanding ground cover. Add a touch of native and durability to your garden with the Juncus tenuis 'Blue Arrows'.


Height: 5” - 2’
Spread: 6”-2’
Light: Full Sun, Part Shade
Water: moist - medium
Zone: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Origin: North America (East Canada to Mexico)

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