Blue Mohawk Rush (Juncus inflexus BLUE MOHAWK)
JUN-kus inflexus BLUE MOHAWK

Deciduous Perennial in the Juncaceae Family
 

 
Available May 10
Size Notes Price Availability
3 #1 Pots Greenhouse $33.75 Available for Pre-Order
5/2 - 5/5
Estimated Arrival May 10
Eco+ Case of 8 Quarts Greenhouse $81.72 Available for Pre-Order
5/2 - 5/5
Estimated Arrival May 10
Available May 17
Size Notes Price Availability
3 #1 Pots Greenhouse $33.75 Available for Pre-Order
5/2 - 5/5
Estimated Arrival May 17
Eco+ Case of 8 Quarts Greenhouse $81.72 Available for Pre-Order
5/2 - 5/5
Estimated Arrival May 17
Available May 24
Size Notes Price Availability
3 #1 Pots Greenhouse $33.75 Available for Pre-Order
5/2 - 5/5
Estimated Arrival May 24
Eco+ Case of 8 Quarts Greenhouse $81.72 Available for Pre-Order
5/2 - 5/5
Estimated Arrival May 24
Available June 7
Size Notes Price Availability
Eco+ Case of 8 Quarts Greenhouse $81.72 Available for Pre-Order
5/2 - 5/5
Estimated Arrival Jun 7
 
 
 

Plant Data

Mature Size 24 - 36 inches tall. 18 - 24 inches wide.
Sun Exposure Full Sun - Full Sun
Moisture Tolerance Wet
Zones 5a - 9b (Usually hardy to -20° F)
Tags Deciduous, Full Sun, Full Sun, Grown For Attractive Foliage, Perennial, Thrillers, Wet, Wet, Wet Site Tolerant
Bloom Period June to July
Flower Color Yellowish Green
Foliage Color
 

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