Juncus conglomeratus, known commonly as compact rush, is a perennial, herbaceous flowering plant species in the rush family Juncaceae.
In the British Isles it is one of six rush species that can dominate lowland damp grasslands.
The rhizome is shortened, forms a rather dense sod. Stems are grooved, 40-70 cm long., 2-4 mm wide. At the base they are clothed with leafless light purple-brown dull sheaths. There are no stem leaves. Bracts 10-15 cm long., Expanded at the base. Inflorescence 1-2 cm in diameter., Capitate, dense, rarely short-branched. The flowers are small, with small membranous bracts at the base. Tepals approx. 2u5 mm long., 0.5 mm wide., Lanceolate. finely pointed. Box 2-2.5 mm long., 1.5 mm wide.
Perennial herb 30-100 cm tall. The stem, both dry and fresh, is deeply grooved, especially at the inflorescence. The inflorescences are usually golovate. Bracts in the inflorescence would be. m is significantly inflated. Box without a depression at the top, the remainder of the column.
This plant is useful.
How to get rid of:
Dig up the area thoroughly. This is not an easy job, because it is not enough just to dig up the ground - you also need to scrupulously select all the rhizomes from it.