toad rush, Juncus bufonius(noun)
low-growing annual rush of damp low-lying ground; nearly cosmopolitan
Juncus bufonius, known commonly as toad rush, is a widespread flowering plant species complex in the rush family Juncaceae.
Juncus bufonius, commonly known as toad rush, is a species of flowering plant in the rush family Juncaceae. It is a small, annual, herbaceous plant that grows in moist or wet habitats including muddy shores, marshes, and damp grasslands. This plant is native to much of Europe, Asia, North America, and parts of Africa and Australia. The plant typically has a height of 3 to 20 cm, with narrow, grass-like leaves and small green or brown flowers appearing in clusters at the top of the stems.
Juncus bufonius, known commonly as toad rush, is a common species of rush found worldwide. It grows in moist and muddy places and is considered a weed in many areas. This is an annual monocot that is quite variable in appearance. It is sometimes described as a complex of variants labeled with one species name. It is generally a green clumping grasslike rush with many thin stems wrapped with few threadlike leaves. The flowers are borne in inflorescences and also in the joint where the inflorescence branches off of the stem. The flowering period is from September through March and is a grassy flower folded within tough bracts and sepals.
The numerical value of juncus bufonius in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of juncus bufonius in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6