Rhagodia Grey Edge - saltbush

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The big and tall one. Rugged ripper all-rounder that would definitely win SAS Australia - perfect for waterwise and firewise gardens, erosion control, coastal windbreaks and roadside hedges, sensory gardens, year-round foliage colour, native cottage gardens, clay or sandy soils... it's got the lot! 

Rhagodia parabolica, Chenopodium parabolicum 'Grey Edge' - saltbush

APPEARANCE : Hardy native, large bold size; grey-green felty leaves with a slight twist, and small red translucent berries. This variety is half the size of the native species form. Reclassified as Chenopodium in 2012.
ORIGIN : Parent species is found in QLD, NSW, VIC, SA
USE FOR :  Native plantings, coastal and exposed situations, low maintenance gardens, waterwise gardens, firebreak, windbreak, hedge, erosion control.
CLIMATE : Doesn't like high humidity. Can survive a light frost.
PLANTING : Tolerates most well-drained soil types including clay, salt, and sand. Plant in full sun.
CARE: Mulch and water well during dry periods while plant is establishing. Prune to maintain tidiness, encourage bushiness, or trim to shape if necessary
HEIGHT & WIDTH: 2m H x 2m W.
YOUR PLANTS : These are tubestock plants, healthy young plants with new roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 80mm high and 42 mm wide.
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