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Summer planting
Contrary to popular opinion, summer planting is fine as long as adequate water is provided throughout any prolonged dry periods. This allows you to take advantage of increased summer growth.
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.
Growing tips:
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
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 Haloragis erecta  PB 3   $8.00 
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