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Juncus balticus is an extremely widespread rush species, with distribution in North America, Eurasia and South America. With a common name of "Baltic rush", this plant occurs in moist or marshy locales, but is sometimes found in relatively dry areas.

The Baltic rush can attain a height of up to 110 centimeters. This species exhibits a rough tufted flower head which grows along one side of the stem on the upper stem.

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