Dusty Miller

Silver grey to light blue leaves

Dusty Miller, in Miscellaneous Flowers; Flora by John Christopher

A very low maintenance plant of Southern European origin that can survive mild frost conditions.

Dusty Miller thrives from May to September in most Northern climes.

Pruned to look like bushes or left to grow like tall grass, these plants feature a very attractive silver-gray foliage and yellow flowers to nicely contrast or complement other, brighter flowers.

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