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Blue Mohawk Juncus
Growing Zones: 5-9
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Mature Height: 24-36 in.
Mature Width: 8-12 in.
Sunlight: Full to Partial
Spacing: 8-12 in.
Botanical: Juncus inflexus ‘Blue Mohawk’ Graceful Grasses® Series
Cannot Ship to: AZ
This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

Blue Mohawk Juncus

Blue Mohawk Juncus
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A Graceful Ornamental Grass

Blue Mohawk Juncus is not your average grass. It grows in clumps to form a striking vertical accent that sways in the breeze and adds movement to your garden.

1. Unusual foliage color. Its name hints at one of its outstanding traits -- blue-green foliage!

2. Tolerates wet soil. Blue Mohawk Juncus not only tolerates wet soil, but it thrives in moist locations where other plants don’t stand a chance.

3. Cold-hardy perennial. Although Blue Mohawk Juncus is a warm-season ornamental grass, which means it grows best when the temperatures are hot, it’s also a perennial in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 5 through 9.

If you have low-lying areas in your yard where the rain collects, you know that most plants can’t live there because their roots stay wet. Blue Mohawk Juncus is an exception -- a perfect rain-garden plant that actually grows best in wet soil. This plant thrives at the edges of ponds, in a bog garden or anywhere in your landscape (or containers) that you can provide consistent moisture.

Don’t Skimp on Watering
Blue Mohawk Juncus is an exceptionally easy-care plant. Its primary need is for plenty of water, with these other minimal cultural requirements:

Sun. Full to partial sun is best.

Soil. Most plants need loose and well-draining soil, but Blue Mohawk Juncus tolerates heavy soils that don’t drain well. It also prefers neutral to slightly alkaline soils.

Water. Blue Mohawk Juncus flourishes with lots of water; it can even handle standing water.

Fertilizer. Plants do not need over-fertilization; soils with average fertility are sufficient.

Pruning. The foliage typically dies to the ground during winter and re-emerges from the roots in springtime. (In warmer climates, plants may retain their foliage all year.) To keep plants looking tidy, cut back the dead foliage when it dies back in cold climates or before new growth emerges in spring.

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