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Gail Stokes
Jun 3

What is the name of this -


Edited: Oct 23

I think it's an herb ... but not sure.


Sep 10

I think it might be Artesmia?

Gail Stokes
Oct 23

Thanks to Linda Sollitto and Cathy Shippee for researching

Lavender Cotton

Santolina chamaecyparissus

Sku #7040

A dense, mounding, woody shrub with attractive, aromatic, finely textured, silver-gray foliage. Produces small, bright yellow flowers in the summer. Creates a very attractive groundcover or edging for walks and borders. Works well in the foreground of an herb garden. Drought tolerant when established. Evergreen.


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