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Jasminum polyanthum  pink jasmine
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Jasminum polyanthum

pink jasmine

This fast climbing evergreen vine to 20 feet is known for its dense clusters of pink buds opening to fragrant white star shaped flowers spring and early summer. Grow in full sun or light shade. Drought tolerant once established, it can also be used as a groundcover or grown in a hanging basket.

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Juncus effusus

soft rush

Soft rounded stems that grow 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 feet tall, gently arching. It can be grown in shallow water, boggy soils, stream sides or in the garden with adequate water. Full sun to part shade. Bay Area native.

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Juncus effusus 'Spiralis'

corkscrew rush

This unusual rush has cylindrical coiling foliage forming a sprawling clump 18 to 24 inches round. Best in light shade with lots of water, can even grow in shallow ponds. Good in containers, popular with children and cats.
Juncus patens  California gray rush
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Juncus patens

California gray rush

Stiff, upright clump of steel blue gray foliage 2 feet tall, 1 foot spread. Sun or shade, this juncus prefers moist soil but will grow almost anywhere. Dormant in summer with no ground water, it comes back with the rains. Attractive in containers or as an accent. Very deer and cow resistant. Bay Area native.

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Juncus tenuis

path rush

This bright green Juncus grows 1 to 2 feet tall, 1/2 foot wide with arching flower heads in summer. Found in meadows and grassy slopes that are wet in the spring, dry in summer. Tolerates a fair amount of abuse. Native to the northwest and central west coast of California. Bay Area native.
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