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Plant Species of the genus Seriphidium

Information about this genus
Name: Seriphidium
Cultivation: CULTIVATION: These plants tolerate a wide range of soils, including those with low fertility. They are useful for growing in difficult dry areas and do best in a warm sunny position. Propagation of the shrubby species is from softwood or half-hardened cuttings taken in summer.
Description: This genus is a member of the large daisy family and is closely related to Artemisia. It contains about 60 species of aromatic annuals, perennials and shrubs that are found in northern temperate regions. They have alternate leaves that are deeply dissected, and the small flowers are of little interest. The plants are grown primarily for their silver or gray foliage.

Specie Vernacular Zone
Seriphidium tridentatum 8?11
tripartitum



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