A low-growing sub-shrub grown for its deeply serrated, silver-grey (almost white) foliage to create contrast and interest in the garden. Grow them in borders and along the edges of beds where they will very effectively set off the foliage and flowers of their bedmates. They are also very striking in mixed planterboxes or pots. Dainty yellow flowers are borne in mid-summer.
|Moderate. Allow soil to dry out before watering|
|Tender to frost. Grown as an annual in cold areas|