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Grown for its lacy silver foliage, this tender perennial is often grown as an annual for summer bedding schemes. Daisy-like white flowers are borne in late summer. These can be removed to channel the plant's energy into the foliage. Found growing wild in the Canary Islands, it enjoys a sunny spot in well-drained soil. To propagate either sow seed early in the year or take cuttings in early summer for overwintering in a light, frost-free place.
Plant type: Half-hardy annual
Flower colour: White
Foliage colour: Silver
Feature: Dramatic foliage
Sun exposure: Full sun
Hardiness: Half hardy
Skill level: Experienced
Time to plant seeds: February to March
Time to divide plants: March to April
Time to take cuttings: July to August
Time to plant: May to June
Flowering period: July to September
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