Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
This plant is often described as a sub shrub due to its growth habit, whereby the stems become woody at the base, but it can be cut down to 5cm and will regrow into a very tidy plant.
The tall flower spikes on this plant are at their best in early summer. It is a woodland plant and as such is best in a partly shady border with a reasonable soil.
This has to be the best silver foliage perennial for the sunny border, almost bright silver-white when young. It does have small yellow flowers, but as they add nothing to the overall display I ....
This low growing form of Artemisia has wonderfully tactile, frilly silver foliage that is semi-evergreen.