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Artemisia x 'Silver Lining' - WHITE SAGEBRUSH 'SILVER LINING'

Product Code: ART-SIL-LIN
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$9.49

Stunning brand new cultivar, combining the best of two native Artemisia species = excellent durability, heat, humidity, drought tolerance, good garden size and non-aggressive habit!

Aromatic silver leaves deter deer and rabbits. Forms low and wide clumps.

Blooming Time:  flowers have little ornamental value
Size:
12-16" tall x 32-36" wide 
USDA Zones:
4 to 9
Culture:
full sun, half sun, adaptable to many soil types that stay medium to dry (including clay) and are well-drained. Heat and drought tolerant.
Moisture Needs:
dry to medium
Origin:
Walters Garden introduction, bred by Hans Hansen, who combined two North American native species of Artemisia stelleriana and Artemisia ludoviciana. The species of A. ludoviciana is a native perennial to most states in the USA and Canada (see BONAP distribution map), Artemisia stelleriana has scattred native range, mostly native to parts of Midwest, Canada, but also deep south, see the BONAP distribution map. Plant patent pending.

Deer/Rabbit Resistant: yes / yes
Attracts Butterflies or Pollinators:
no/no
Attracts Hummingbirds:
no
Pot Size: 
3.5" x 4" perennial pot

Plant combinations: Best for the edges, herb gardens, naturalistic gardens, prairie gardens, xeriscape, low maintenance plantings, moon gardens (white gardens) or as a colorful accent.

Can be combined with many perennials with similar needs = sun and average, or drier (or leaner) soils. Good companions can be summer blooming perennial Alliums, Amsonia, shorter Aster novae-angliae cultivars, Aster laevis, Aster oblongifolius, Asclepias tuberosa, Asclepias speciosa, Baptisia, Echinacea (hybrids, E. angustifolia, pallida, paradoxa, tennesseensis), Rudbeckia, bearded Iris, Monarda fistulosa, Nepeta, Salvia, Sedum, but also plants that appreciate a bit more moisture - like Hemerocallis (daylily) or Leucanthemum (daisy). Looks great with many medium to tall grasses.

Picture copyright: Walters Gardens

Artemisia x 'Silver Lining' - WHITE SAGEBRUSH 'SILVER LINING'

$9.49
 

Stunning brand new cultivar, combining the best of two native Artemisia species = excellent durability, heat, humidity, drought tolerance, good garden size and non-aggressive habit!

Aromatic silver leaves deter deer and rabbits. Forms low and wide clumps.

Blooming Time:  flowers have little ornamental value
Size:
12-16" tall x 32-36" wide 
USDA Zones:
4 to 9
Culture:
full sun, half sun, adaptable to many soil types that stay medium to dry (including clay) and are well-drained. Heat and drought tolerant.
Moisture Needs:
dry to medium
Origin:
Walters Garden introduction, bred by Hans Hansen, who combined two North American native species of Artemisia stelleriana and Artemisia ludoviciana. The species of A. ludoviciana is a native perennial to most states in the USA and Canada (see BONAP distribution map), Artemisia stelleriana has scattred native range, mostly native to parts of Midwest, Canada, but also deep south, see the BONAP distribution map. Plant patent pending.

Deer/Rabbit Resistant: yes / yes
Attracts Butterflies or Pollinators:
no/no
Attracts Hummingbirds:
no
Pot Size: 
3.5" x 4" perennial pot

Plant combinations: Best for the edges, herb gardens, naturalistic gardens, prairie gardens, xeriscape, low maintenance plantings, moon gardens (white gardens) or as a colorful accent.

Can be combined with many perennials with similar needs = sun and average, or drier (or leaner) soils. Good companions can be summer blooming perennial Alliums, Amsonia, shorter Aster novae-angliae cultivars, Aster laevis, Aster oblongifolius, Asclepias tuberosa, Asclepias speciosa, Baptisia, Echinacea (hybrids, E. angustifolia, pallida, paradoxa, tennesseensis), Rudbeckia, bearded Iris, Monarda fistulosa, Nepeta, Salvia, Sedum, but also plants that appreciate a bit more moisture - like Hemerocallis (daylily) or Leucanthemum (daisy). Looks great with many medium to tall grasses.

Picture copyright: Walters Gardens

 

Customer Reviews

1 Review
  • Gorgeous and good size! 5

    Posted by Cynthia Martin on 9th Jul 2024

    Super healthy plants with great roots arrived and planted the next day. It’s just beautiful and doing excellent! ? US Perennials!