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I've had this Juncus Spiralis close to a year and it was doing so well up until a month or so ago. Recently all the spirals turned brown so I cut them off because they were falling off everywhere. I heard they die back quite a bit during the winter, but this plant is looking hopeless. Is there are chance it will come back in the spring? Should I not have cut the plant back? I have the planter sitting in a ceramic pot which I keep about an inch of water in at all times so it's nice and boggy. I keep this little guy right in front of my west-facing window.