Rhagodia Silver Border - saltbush

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The super-silvery one. We could almost put this silvery native into every category on the website, except indoor plants!

Like one of those Leatherman tools or Swiss army knives, this rugged plant has a solution for every occasion.

It's a hedge and a groundcover and a rockery plant; it's a cold-climate and a coastal and an outback desert plant; it grows in clay and lime and sandy soils; it's a practical wildlife shelter and a handsome foliage plant.

Rhagodia spinescens 'Silver Border' - saltbush

APPEARANCE : Hardy, low and wide native shrub, small blue-green-silver-pink leaves with inconspicuous cream flowers in spring. Twice the size overall of Aussie Flat Bush™.
USE IN:  Native plantings, coastal and exposed situations, landscape gardens, feature shrub, erosion control, fire retardant. Low maintenance, great for landscape gardeners, and shelters for lizards and birds.
CLIMATE : Doesn't like high humidity. Can survive a light frost. Drought tolerant once established.
PLANTING : Tolerates most soil types including clay, salt, and alkaline soil. Plant in full sun.
CARE: Mulch and water well during dry periods while plant is establishing. Prune annually to maintain tidiness or trim to shape if necessary
HEIGHT & WIDTH: 1 - 1.2m H x 2 - 3m 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.
You can see an example in the image gallery.
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