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Artemisia stelleriana

£4.90
Aspect:
Full Sun
Soil Type:
Dry
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Plant Overview

Strong, oak shaped silver-white leaves sprawl along the ground. Excellent in dry, sunny positions.

Curiously this plant is native to both North East Asia and North America. Commonly called Dusty Miller or Beach Wormwood (because it is naturalised on Cornish beaches).

Drought tolerant once established, and excellent for hot sunny sites.

This woody herb looses its leaves in winter.

Height and Spread: 20cm x 60cm

Common name(s): Dusty miller; Beach wormwood.

Synonym: Artemisia stelleriana 'Silver Brocade'

 

 

 

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