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Artemisia ludoviciana incompta

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Artemisia ludoviciana incompta

White Sagebrush, Prairie Sage, Western Wormwood, Louisiana Sage

Community: Semi-Desert

Brief Description

Dense, low silvery foliage gleams as sage aroma clears the air.

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  • Charming Silver Color
  • Aromatic Foliage
  • Drought Tolerant
  • Knee-to-Thigh Height

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Plant Description and Details

White/silvery foliage makes White Sagebrush an interesting accent. It parallels Big Sagebrush with its aromatic sage-y scent and leaves covered with soft white tiny hairs. Its form is very different, though. White Sage has brushy, non-woody stems thatreach 3 feet and die back in winter, while Big Sage grows to be an 8' bush with permanent woody branches. Tiny yellow-green flowers cluster on the ends of the stems in the summer. It spreads by roots to form attractive patches of soft silver texture.

Common Names White Sagebrush, Prairie Sage, Western Wormwood, Louisiana Sage
Community Semi-Desert
Annual Water Needs 15-20 inches
Drought Tolerant Yes
Native Range Dry to medium water areas in full sun, throughout the western states east of the Cascades.
Native States CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, WY
Hardiness Down to Zone 5
Exposure Sun
Soil Preference Well Drained
Placement Along a sunny wall or fence as a bushy mound or strip. Spreads by roots - good erosion control.
Mature Height 2 - 4 ft.
Mature Width 36 in.
Group Spacing 24-36 in.
Blossom Color Inconspicuous Yellow
Blooms Summer
Establishment Tips Water at planting and 2-3 times deeply the first summer.
Maintenance Tips Trim back, edge-trim or divide if less spreading is desired.
Wildlife Notes Rabbits and upland birds use White Sage patches as shelters.
Plants Symbol ARLUI2
Family Name Asteraceae
Lewis & Clark Yes
 

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