This NZ endemic species is grown horticulturally in the UK for its distinctive brown leaves and prostrate habit. Sometimes known as Maori Dock, its juices were traditionally used medicinally. Like most docks, it likes damp locations and can tolerate waterlogged soils. Perfect around a pond or drainage area. Plants are long lived perennials that slowly spread by rhizomes. Seeds best sown at room temperature any time of the year. Transplants well.
Seeds best sown at room temperature any time of the year. Transplants well.
Approximate minimum seed count per pack