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.
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Silver Sage Silver sage looks a bit like lamb's ears on steroids -- the plant features big leaves covered in white hairs that shine in the sun. It's a biennial (or short-lived perennial when it's especially happy), though more often treated as an annual in container combinations. Name: Salvia argentea Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Plant Size: To 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide Zones: 5-8Silver Sage