Pacific woodrush is a perennial, grass-like herb in the rush family (Juncaceae) that is native to western North America. It has small, grasslike tufts of flat, green leaves, and brown flower clusters and grows to about 1′ tall. Pacific woodrush grows naturally in moist locations in forests, meadows, open areas, woodlands, wetland/riparian, and other habitat types. It prefers sun to shade in medium to moist soil, but can also be fairly drought tolerant depending on the location and habitat. Pacific woodrush will go dormant during the summer dry season.
Luzula comosa seed packets contain 1/8 teaspoon of seed.
Seed Germination Instructions
30 days cold-moist stratification. Sow outside in fall to early spring.