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This perennial herb grows in tufts that reach up to 40 centimeters in height. Flowers present in the form of terminal panicles. The flowering season is typically June and July.
In general Path rush appears to prefer disturbed habitats, which may explain its broad distribution; Besides path verges, it is found in open woodlands, gravelly seeps, pastures, abandoned fields and other barren waste areas. It is also tolerant of a wide range of soil types, and is much more adapted to compacted soils than most plants.