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Garden Grey & Silver plants

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Garden Grey & Silver plants

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Edging! anniesannuals, via Flickr

Sedum ewersii


Gorgeous white and green flower bed // Great Gardens & Ideas //

blue succulent

Blue sedum

french tangerine

John Saladino Design

Silvermound Artemisia Count on silvermound artemisia's low, rounded habit and bright coloring to add interest to your landscape, especially when paired with ornamental grasses. Like many silvery plants, silvermound artemisia does best in full sun and likes well-drained soil.

Best Silver-Leaf Plants for Your Garden

Curry Plant - beautiful silvery plant

snow in summer

Cerastium, Snow In Summer


An old tree trunk serves as a planter

Salix lanata 'Glanspean' (Dwarf Woolly Willow) - A rare compact willow native to sub-arctic parts of Europe and Asia, Salix lanata 'Glanspean' is similar to the more familiar Salix lantana but with more pointed, hairy silvery-grey leaves and a lower habit. It has golden-yellow catkins in early summer and makes a very ornamental foliage plant.

“Garden design is about controlling the eye, forcing it to see what you want it to see, and consequently this vista is very successful.” ~ Andy Sturgeon Photo: John Glover

Blue sedum


Sedum 'Frosty Morn'


Hosta 'Canadian Blue'

Hosta - Heemskerk Vaste Planten/Perennials

Simple but pretty - purple fountain grass, chartreuse sweet potato vine and lavender lantana.

white, green + grey

Coreopsis Big Bang Star Cluster with Cirrus Artemisia and Leucothoe 'Rainbow'

Moon Garden - All white flowers and gray foliage, white forget-me-nots, tulips, daisies and money plants combined with hostas and silvery astelia foliage.

=‘Boughton Silver’) This is a low, compact selection, similar in appearance to Dusty Miller, but perfectly hardy. Plants form a spreading mat of bright silvery-white scalloped leaves. Terrific for edging, groundcover, or in mixed containers, even hanging baskets. Clip back hard in mid summer, when stems begin to grow upright, in order to maintain a low mat-like effect. Flowers are insignificant. This was introduced to North America by the University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens under...