Juncus kraussii

Juncus kraussii, a sedge that grows in coastal marshes, salt marshes and within the tidal zone along the shore line of coastal salt water lakes and estuaries. Often seen growing in acid sulphate soils and forming the dominant species as the understory to trees in ephemeral swamps.

Deep green, cylindrical reed like, arching foliage
H: 1 metre W: 1 metre
Flowers and seed heads are born on stems rising from the base clump and form level with the top of the foliage.
It grows in full sun to 90% shade as an understory to trees in permanently wet to dry soils, especially Casuarina and She Oaks.
Soil Type
Wet and dry sandy loam, clay loams. Often found growing on acid sulphate soils.
Trim back by half every 2 to 3 years, Fertilize with slow release fertilizer after trimming.
Available Sizes
Planting Rates
Tubes @ 5/m2