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Wetland plants
Did you know wetland plants make excellent water filters? If you need to clean up stormwater runoff, or provide a buffer against flooding, give us a call.
Haloragis erecta
Height: 1m;  Spread: 1m
Toatoa (Herb)
Spreading bright green bushy species. Very hardy, fast growing and ideal as a revegetation species in restoration projects.
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Haloragis erecta
Toatoa makes a great groundcover and quick space filler
Haloragis erecta on Oakley Creek.
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On 13/04/2010, Toni said:
Toatoa seeds freely in my garden without being a nuisance. It seems to grow anywhere, shade, sun, wet, dry. Potted or bagged it goes backward quickly, probably because it is so vigorous. A good shearing a couple of times a year keeps it bushy.
On 03/05/2010, Geoff Davidson said:
Thanks Toni, I agree Haloragis is a great plant especially for suppressing weeds in revegetation plantings. Certainly a twice-a-year pruning will keep it looking its best. Geoff