Anyone ID these please?
Found a few of these in pots from last year. Can't remember anything about them. Have planted them around the garden now in various spots because I like their look. At first I wondered if they had been chives left too long - or if they are some kind of grass. They are currently just over a foot tall. Does anyone know? Thank you.
"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." - George Bernard Shaw
Really appreciate your responses. Many thanks.
Now that I know these are Juncus Effusis, seems that it must be the occasional watering (not a lot by any means) which has kept them happy to now. However, there are another couple which I temporarily sited in more naturally moisture retaining beds (but nothing near a boggy environment) - but they are still as they were when I put them there and have produced none of the little flowery bits which the two in the relatively dry spot have.
My soil is clay but which is constantly improved with organic matter and I find which plants thrive where often goes against the grain of accepted 'conditions' cited for various plants. It's a bit of a contrary garden I suppose! Nothing ever behaves as it is 'supposed to' and it's all a bit live and let live if it looks happy and comes up in subsequent years environment. I think I just have a bonkers micro-climate or something and I suspect some plants which take pity on me sometimes!