Juncus dudleyi (Dudley's Rush) is a wetland rush that can adapt to a variety of soils wetness as long as there is consistent moisture. reddish-brown seedheads appear clustered atop of the green grass-like stems. Dudley's Rush is a food source for insects, moths as well as occasional birds and wildlife. This plants structure in wetland provides habitat opportunity for many shorebirds. Juncus dudleyi (Dudley's Rush) is named after William Russell Dudley who first discovered this plant.
- Sun Exposure Prairie/Savanna
- Soil Conditions Wet, Wet-Mesic, Mesic
- Height 2'
- Flower Time June, July
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