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Posted by EDITOR 23 Mar 2010 - 8:30:00 AM

‘Little Luna' is a form of Goodenia affinis and a fairly recent addition to our range of native groundcovers. It has the sort of silver hairy leaves that can get a bit lost when edging an untinted concrete path. But the contrast alongside darker-coloured paving can be pleasing and useful where it's important to visually reinforce the boundary between path and garden. There's no risk of its many sunny flowers through spring and summer getting lost.

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