Scientific Name: Artemisia ludoviciana
Common Name: White Sage
|A native wildflower with white/silver gray colored leaves.
|All Plants, Wild Flowers
|average to dry
|Soil & Site
|dry uplands and prairies, pastures and old fields
|small (1/8"), yellowish, occur in elongated clusters towards the tip and each flower contains several small tubular disk flowers
|stalk less, narrow, covered with hair and appear bright white on the upper surface
|Spreads by rhizomes.
|up to 3 feet
|A native North American wild flower.
|I have seen this many times in the wild. The silvery gray foliage is an interesting feature.
|Notes & Reference
|#56-Tall Grass Prairie Wildflowers (Doug Ladd)
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