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Juncus tenuis

 





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Agrecol Prairie Plants


Aquatic and Wetland Company Shrubs


Bluebird Nursery, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental


Doyle Farm Nursery Prairie Plants


Ernst Conservation Seeds Prairie Plants


Fourth Corner Nurseries Shrubs


Glacial Ridge Growers Prairie Plants


Granite Seed Company Ground Covers


Hild & Associates Ferns


Hoffman Nursery Grasses-Ornamental


Ion Exchange-Native Seed Prairie Plants


J & J Tranzplant Aquatic Nursery, LLC Water Plants


JFNew & Associates Prairie Plants


Landscape Alternatives, Inc. Prairie Plants


Michigan Wildflower Farm Wildflowers


Morning Sky Greenery Grasses-Ornamental


Natural Garden, Inc. Perennials


Niche Gardens Ferns


Out Back Nursery, Inc. Evergreens


Plants of the Wild Evergreens


Prairie Moon Nursery Cactus & Succulents


Rainier Seeds, Inc. Prairie Plants


Rush Creek Growers Inc. Bedding Plants


Sandy Mush Herb Nursery Evergreens


Sunmark Seeds International, Inc. Herbs


Sunshine Farm and Gardens Perennials


Wind River Seed Prairie Plants


Juncus tenuis (Path Rush) Seeds

Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)

These petite native grasses bring to mind a stone pathway, lined with short spikes of greenery! They form small, brown seed heads that look like clusters of beads. Look inside! You may be able to discern some minuscule seeds numbering 1,000,000