Sunday, July 6, 2014

Senecio cineraria)

 common in New Zealand gardens. Dusty Miller; Senecio cineraria) 

It is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant for its white, felt-like tomentose leaves; in horticultural use, it is also sometimes called dusty miller, a name shared with several other plants that also have silvery tomentose leaves; the two most often to share the name are Centaurea cineraria and Lychnis coronaria.

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