Juncus interior (Inland Rush) is a rush that can be commonly found in wetlands in the Midwest. At about 2 feet high blooms in summer with loose clusters of brown seed atop green foliage. Inland Rush is a food source for insects and some moths as well as occasional birds and wildlife. It also provides unique habitat for shoreline bird species.
- Sun Exposure Prairie/Savanna
- Soil Conditions Wet, Wet-Mesic, Mesic
- Height 2'
- Flower Time June, July
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