Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

A comprehensive database of Tennessee native plants

Wood Rush, Hedgehog Woodrush

Wood Rush, Hedgehog Woodrush

Luzula echinata

Part sun to light shade; medium to moderately dry moisture level; prefers soil containing some clay, rocky material or sand; moderately acid pH.  8 – 20 inches height, blooms in spring, light green flowers, spreads by rhizomes.

Germination Code:  ?

Native Region:  Statewide

Cool season. Clumping grass with light green, narrow, grassy foliage.  Leaf blades have long, soft hairs on the blade edges.  Needs well-drained soil.

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grass;sun/shade;dry;loam
grass;sun/shade;dry;sand
grass;sun/shade;dry;rocky
grass;shade;medium;clay
grass;shade;medium;loam
grass;shade;medium;sand
grass;shade;medium;rocky
grass;shade;dry;clay
grass;shade;dry;loam
grass;shade;dry;sand
grass;shade;dry;rocky

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