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PostPosted: Fri Jan 22, 2010 9:04 pm    Post subject: Planting on Perculation Area Reply with quote

Hi. We are currently building a new house and have to put in a 50m2 perculation area. I am trying to plan the garden so I know what I want and can plant and when I need to do it. I was thinking of doing a Lavender patch on the perculation area but as we also have geothermal running under the perc I don't want anything that is deep rooted. Is Lavender suitable? Thanks.
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