<i>Artemisia</i> 'Powis Castle'
<i>Artemisia</i> 'Powis Castle'
<i>Artemisia</i> 'Powis Castle'
<i>Artemisia</i> 'Powis Castle'
<i>Artemisia</i> 'Powis Castle'
<i>Artemisia</i> 'Powis Castle'

Artemisia 'Powis Castle'

Artemisias are prized for their light, almost silver, aromatic foliage rather than for their flowers, which are dull...

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Combine this billowing mound of finely cut, grey-green foliage with sun lovers on your hottest, driest sites for summer exuberance Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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