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Ditzy Corkscrew Rush, AKA Juncus Spiral, is actually related to Rushes found in virtually every place in the world except icebound Antarctica. It's related most closely to some wild, native Japanese guys. Zippy, skinny, rounded, green stems poke out coiling and twisting and wiggling in all directions, up to a length of 18", which makes them perfect greenery for flower arrangements; very long lasting and interesting. This is a bog plant used to its feet in water, but normal houseplant watering is in order in a pot of soil. Juncus, for some reason, prefers its water room temp. Cute in a basket or in a ceramic pot in a grouping of leafy, colored plants, Juncus really shows its silly sense of humor in a pot with a face on it, making it look like it has a wild hairdo.
- Low Maintenance
Quick Care Guide:
- Water - Medium (3): Water plant when dry. Plant does not like soil to always be moist, but doesn't like to stay dry once becomes dry. Water as soon as soil is dry.
- Light - Medium (3): Plant prefers natural, diffused light. Can be placed in a spacious living room. Indirect light preferred. No direct sunlight on leaves.
- Difficulty - Medium (3): Not too difficult to keep happy, but does require some attention.