Juncus edgariae
(wiwi, tussock rush)


Foliage Colour: Green
Height: 100 cm
Width: 100 cm
Growth per Annum: Fast
Climate: Hardy
Sun: Full Sun
Soil: Moist, Wet
Category: Grass
Features: Native. Attractive to birds. Flower colour: Brown. Suitable restoration species.

A common rush of swampy areas throughout New Zealand. Grows in tight clumps with bright-green stems. Useful for wet areas and revegetation of wetlands, but will tolerate dry conditions for short periods.

Habitat: Easily the most common indigenous species. Coastal to alpine (1600 m a.s.l.) but mainly coastal to montane. Usually in open shrubland, fringing wetlands, and in seasonally damp sites. Often found invading pasture and in urban areas.

Flowering: October - December
Fruiting:    November - April


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