Also known as
Dusty Miller, Jerusalem Star, Snow Plant, Wooly Mouse-Ear Chickweed, Snow-In-Harvest, Snow-On-The-Mountain, Snow-in-summer, Mouse-ear
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5 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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This is a low growing spreading evergreen perennial alpine plant. The foliage is silvery grey-green, The flowers are white-green and star-shaped they will appear in mid spring and summer.
How to propagate Snow-In-Summer
Seeds need light for germination.
Division in spring.
Cut back after flowering to encourage bushiness.
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Other uses of Snow-In-Summer
Ground cover, edging, border, rock garden, walls, banks.