We recently introduced new plants in our nursery, now it's time to spread them into your gardens.
This weekend we present you Dwarf Toe Toe.
It is a popular grass plant native to New Zealand, usually found in our coastal regions. The plant was originally used to line walls and ceilings of early Māori homes.
Currently in our nursery are 68 miniature Toe Toe, also known as Chionochloa Flavicans.
We recommend planting these along hedges or to fill up empty spaces in your garden.
The plant’s most recognisable features are its heavenly cream-coloured plumes and weeping green leaves. They will grow up to 1 metre tall and can support all types of rough weather conditions. Although, perhaps the most appealing aspect of having Toe Toe in your garden is how low maintenance they are. Toe Toe leaves can be left untrimmed and their plumes untouched with little effect on their overall appearance.
So if you’re looking for a native, low maintenance and visually stunning plant, the miniature Toi Toi may be the one for you.
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