Tightly spiraling green leaves, very attractive smaller version of Spiralis.
Corkscrew rush is a wetland or bog plant that grows in a clump and looks much like an ornamental grass. The foliage grows to 12in long and twisting, growing out of the plant's center. Corkscrew rush is hardy to zones 4 to 10 but may die back when temperatures become cold, re-sprouting in spring.
Juncus effusus is found growing in flooded plains, damp ditches and freshwater wetlands on every continent. The rush is an acid lover that performs well in either sun or partial shade.