Silver Mound Artemisia Plants form low, neat mounds of silver-green, silky haired foliage. This variety never spreads. Wormwood plants flourish in exposed, sunny locations in just about any well-drained soil, even in sandy ground. They are very drought tolerant once established and make wonderful additions to xeriscape sites. Silver Mound cannot take the heat of the southernmost gardens. Artemisia is rarely browsed by rabbit or deer.
Common Names: Wormwood
Artemisia Companion Plants: Aster, Grasses, Nepeta, Sedum