Artemisia ludoviciana ssp. ludoviciana (White Sagebrush)


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Plant Description: Even with its striking silver leaves and ubiquitous nature, Artemisia ludoviciana ssp. ludoviciana is often an overlooked native plant. A perennial shrub that grows with lower leaves that are tri-lobed at the tips. This plant's common name, white sagebrush, refers to the range of colors the leaves appear in, from pale green to whitish gray, caused by a soft layer of trichomes (minute hair). The non-showy flowers are yellow and arranged in a nodding inflorescens. 

  • Height: 1-3ft
  • Width: 3ft
  • Watering needs: moderate
  • Sun needs: full sun
  • Soil needs: dry, sandy, rocky with fast-draining soil
  • Bloom Time: late summer to early fall

Landscape Use and Ecological Function: Artemisia ludovicana is a widespread native perennial of North America. The broad range of A. ludoviciana over many different ecosystems has produced much variety and in turn has broken the species into several subspecies. 

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