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I've bought 2 bags of your soil wetter (with coir peat) - is this OK to spread over native perennials, shrubs & trees? Including wahlenbergias, brachyscombes, croweas, epacris, prostrate banksias, native grasses, dwarf snow gums. All newly planted in winter and facing their first Melbourne summer.

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