Botanicals first mentioned Santolina in 1550, when its dense filigree foliage and white felted stems made it the star player of that Elizabethan rage, the formal knot garden. This dwarf cultivar stages countless golden-yellow button flowers on a tight evergreen mound of aromatic silver-gray. It’s deer and pest-proof, extremely drought tolerant, and is still the perfect choice for edging the herb garden and tucking into the rockery or a small sunny nook.
Size: 12" high x 12" wide.
Hardy to zone 6.
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