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Powis Castle Wormwood

Family: ASTERACEAE

Genus: Artemisia

Species: arborescens Powis Castle

An evergreen shrub that forms a dense mound of bluish silver, divided leaves up to 70 cm high and 1 metre wide. A hardy feature or low edging plant. Can be pruned heavily if desired. Frost tolerant.

Pronunciation: Art-em-is-eeah

Warning: Medium to high harm potential. All parts can be irritants from touch and eating. This also applies to stock and other animals. 

Origin

Exotic

Garden type

Cottage, Mediterranean, Verge

Size

H: 50 to 100cm W: 50 to 100cm

Planting information

Part ShadeSun

Flowering season

summer

Availability

Readily available

Flower colour


Yellow

Water rating

Minimum maintenanceMinimum maintenanceMinimum maintenance

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