Stemodia tomentosa is a mat forming groundcover that has soft, silver grey foliage, similar to Lambs Ears, and small purple flowers early spring to frost.
Full Sun to Part Sun
Funnel shaped flowers on low growing perennial in warm climates. The grey green leaves have fine hairs. Blooms profusely and continuously but each flower lasts one day.
The plants are erect, 12-24 inches tall and have few branches. The leaves are 2-5 inches long, narrow at the base and very short. Small blue-purple flowers all summer.
1995 Perennial Plant of the Year! Russian Sage has tolerance to heat and drought and also will not be eaten by deer. Russian Sage and can grow 3-4′ tall with an equal spread.
Bright orange-red flowers in clusters late spring to early fall. The stems and flower stalks also have a red hue. Heat and drought tolerant and requires excellent drainage.