Artemisia ludoviciana

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Common Name:  Prairie Sage, White Sagebrush

Full to part sun, medium to dry moisture level, tolerates most soils except clay, slightly acid to strongly alkaline pH.  3 ft. height, blooms summer to fall, green flowers, spreads rapidly by rhizomes.

Germination Code: C(30), D

Native Region:  Isolated counties statewide — Hardeman, Stewart, Montgomery, Rutherford, Marion, Bradley, Sevier, and Greene counties

Attractive, aromatic silvery-white foliage.  This is an aggressive plant that can spread quickly to form large colonies.  Its appearance, fragrance and ability to colonize make it a potential knee-to-waist high groundcover.  Can even be mowe

Prairie Sage, White Sagebrush - Artemisia ludoviciana 2
Photo Courtesy of Prairie Moon Nursery