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Friday, February 6, 2009

Raoulia australis-New Zealand Scab Plant, Vegetable Sheep

Propagating Raoulia or New Zealand Scab Plant is done in the early spring by digging up the plant and dividing rooted crowns into transplants. Its blooms are insignificant and it a great creeper in between and over rocks and only grows to an 1" in height and will take moderate foot traffic. It is evergreen from Zone 5 up, drought tolerant which deer tend to ignore and prefers good draining soil but not wet feet.

1 comment:

David said...

Nice post...Really interesting information Thank you.....
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