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Juncus kraussii, commonly known as Sea Rush, is a hardy and adaptable aquatic plant that thrives in pond environments. It features slender, cylindrical stems with tufts of grass-like foliage at the top. Sea Rush is known for its resilience and ability to thrive in a variety of aquatic conditions.

2. Sunlight Requirements: Sea Rush can tolerate a wide range of light conditions, from partial shade to full sun. It is adaptable and can grow in both shaded and sunny areas of your pond. However, it typically performs best with at least 4 to 6 hours of direct sunlight each day.

3. Water Depth: Plant Juncus kraussii in water with a depth of 2 to 12 inches. It can thrive in both shallow and deeper areas of your pond, making it a versatile choice for various aquatic landscapes.

4. Soil and Substrate: Choose a well-draining, sandy or loamy soil mix for planting Sea Rush in your pond. Plant the rhizomes or root clusters directly into the substrate at the recommended water depth. Ensure good contact between the roots and soil.

5. Fertilization: Juncus kraussii generally does not require extensive fertilization in a pond setting. The nutrients present in the pond water should be sufficient for its growth. However, you can use a balanced aquatic plant fertilizer sparingly if growth appears sluggish.

6. Water Quality: Maintain good water quality in your pond. Regularly monitor and adjust the pH levels to keep them between 6.5 and 7.5. Ensure that your pond water is free from pollutants and toxins to promote healthy growth.

7. Pruning and Maintenance: Sea Rush is relatively low-maintenance. Trim away dead or overgrown stems as needed to maintain its appearance. Regularly thin out the growth to prevent overcrowding and promote air circulation.

8. Winter Care: Juncus kraussii is generally cold-tolerant and can withstand freezing temperatures. It may die back in the winter and regrow in the spring. Minimal winter care is typically required.

9. Pests and Diseases: Sea Rush is generally resistant to pests and diseases in pond environments. However, occasional inspection for signs of aphids or snails is a good practice. Treat any infestations promptly with appropriate pesticides if necessary.

10. Wildlife Attraction: The dense growth of Juncus kraussii can provide valuable habitat for aquatic insects, amphibians, and small pond creatures. It may also serve as a sheltered area for fish and aquatic wildlife.

By following these care guidelines, you can successfully cultivate Juncus kraussii (Sea Rush) in your pond. This versatile and adaptable aquatic plant not only adds a naturalistic touch to your pond but also contributes to a healthy aquatic ecosystem by providing habitat and shelter for various pond inhabitants.



  • These pond plants have a waiting period of  2 - 3 weeks before they will be available. This is due to the logistics and the fuel price to get it from the farm to our facility in Gezina.
  • Regarding shipping -

Pick up – if you pic up, they will be sold as potted plant in a 15cm pot.

Shipping via courier – To protect the plants against damage during transport and save on freight costs, We will remove it out of the pot, clean and package them in individual bags.

Salt marsh rush - Juncus krausii

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