Rush (Juncus effusus Spiralis) - Start Juncus effusus Spiralis seeds and grow this fascinating perennial that forms a curly clump. The common name is Corkscrew rush, and it has shiny, dark green, curling, spiraling foliage that draws attention.
Rush (Juncus ensifolius) - Ornamental grasses offer so much, yet they require so little! This little rush plant can be established by sowing Juncus ensifolius seeds. It goes by several common names including: Dwarf Rush, Daggerleaf Rush and Swordleaf Rush.
Rush (Juncus pallidus Javelin) - Here is one of the few ornamental grasses that tolerates any soil, from dry to standing water! Start Juncus pallidus seeds for this versatile perennial that provides year-round interest in the landscape with a spiky, symmetrical, colorful shape. Commonly called Giant Rush or Pale Rush, this plant grows in any level of moisture from very dry to standing water.
Rush (Juncus patens Carmen's Gray) - Known as Spreading Rush or Common Rush, these plants can easily be grown from Juncus patens seeds. The ornamental grass seeds produce clumps of round, steely blue-gray leaves. The rush plant is neat and nicely behaved, and Rush Carmen's Grey is a fabulous accent plant for the sunny wet garden.