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Dusty Miller, Silver Lace The most finely cut Dusty Miller with lacy silver-gray foliage. Compact, slow-growing, excellent foliage plant for borders, edgings and pots. GARDEN HINTS: For earlier foliage effect, sow indoors 4-6 weeks before outdoor planting time. lifecycle: Annual Uses: Beds, Container, Cut Flowers Sun: Full Sun Height: 7 inches Spread: 8 inches Sowing Method: Indoor Sow Night Garden, Flowers Gardens, Landscape Plants Backyard, Annual Flowers, Flower Gardens, Slow Growers, Yard Flowers Colors, Flowers Cacti, Cut Flowers
(Syn. Cineraria maritima) Dusty Miller has a crisp new look, and you can get it no matter what type of climate you garden in! Silverado is a neat, compact variety known for its uniform size and terrific resistance to bad weather from rain and wind to heat and dry soil. Make it part of your garden this season!These plants reach just 10 to 12 inches high and wide, without stretching, flopping, or becoming rangy as the season progresses. They even tolerate a bit of frost, and keep their tidy, ...
Dusty Miller, Ageratum, and Annual Vinca Dusty miller's silvery foliage makes it a perfect contrast for almost any blooming partner. Here it's teamed up with the cool blue of ageratum and the heat of carmine and white annual vincas. The shiny foliage of the vinca looks great next to the velvet-textured dusty miller even when the vinca isn't blooming its heart out. Light shade or sunshine suits this garden bed.
Dusty Miller This is a nice thing to plant amongst flowers - makes a nice contrast. Grows easy
Dusty Miller (Senecio Cineraria) - Zone 8-10 Full Sun 1'-2' Height/Width. Woolly, silvery-gray foliage. Low, moundlike habit; Drought tolerant. Well-drained soils with regular watering until established, then drought tolerant. Propagate by semi-hard stem tip cuttings in summer, and by (not covered) seed.
Dusty Miller Senecio cineraria Drought tolerant, with silver fernlike leaves that have a velvety texture. Clipping the insignificant yellow flowers encourages better leaf growth. Can be grown as an annual in cold climates, then propagated from cuttings indoors over the winter. Full sun; 6 to 12 inches tall. Hardy to 10 degrees F.