A plant of the daisy family with whitish or greyish foliage.
Several species in the family Compositae, in particular the cultivated Artemisia stellerana of North America and Senecio cineraria of the Mediterranean
- ‘Heliotrope is never invasive, so it can be grown in patio containers where vinca, dusty miller, or marigolds make attractive companions for its delicate flowers.’
- ‘Artemesia, plectranthus, snake plant and dusty miller are often used in summer for the color and texture of their foliage.’
- ‘The foliage of dusty miller, ivy, and lamb's ears also dries nicely and contrasts well with the blooms.’
- ‘Good foliage plants for fillers are low-growing artemisias, dusty miller, and golden, purple, or tricolor sage.’
- ‘Don't forget to factor white and blue into your planting scheme; both do a great job of cooling off and separating drifts of hot-colored plants, as do gray-foliaged plants such as santolina, artemisia, and dusty miller.’
Early 19th century named from the fine powder on the flowers and leaves.