Juncus Canadensis
Juncus canadensis
Family Juncaceae

* Leaves round, with faint horizontal rings encircling them.
* Inflorescence branches from a single point on the stem.
* Flowers have three petals and three sepals arranged in a circle, and either a solid or a hollow stem.
* Height:

Natural History:
* Habitat: Wet places, meadows.
* Range: Throughout the United States.
* Native.

* Juncus Canadensis is a rush. All rush inflorescences branch from a single point on the stem, and are made up of a cluster of three petals and three sepals.


Created by: Allaire Diamond and Jiasuey Hsu
Maintained by: Nick Rodenhouse
Created: July 31, 1998
Last Modified: November 21, 2008