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It is a small evergreen shrub growing to 50 cm (20 in) tall and broad. Densely covered in narrow, aromatic, grey-green leaves, in summer it produces masses of yellow, button-like composite flower heads, held on slender stems above the foliage. The disc florets are tubular, and there are no ray florets. Light yellow button flowers atop silvery-grey, fragrant foliage, in a mounding habit. A tidy looking plant, Lavender Cotton is nice for edging and pathways, where passersby can enjoy the scent should they brush against the plants.
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Sowing Outside; Seeds: 1/8 inch (3 mm). Start of spring or towards the end of autumn.
Sow Inside; Germination time: two to three weeks. Temperature: ~68°F (20°C). First mix seeds in a moist growing medium, place in a freezer bag, then stratify by refrigeration for four weeks. Transfer to pots. Transplant outdoors before the last frost or at the end of autumn. Space at ~20 inches (50 cm).
Requirements and care: Full sunlight or partial shade. Good drainage. Poor soil. Dry soil. Water during prolonged dry spells and in the first year. Can tolerate dry soils once roots are established. Deadhead. Tidy dead leaves and flowers (cut back to about 5 inches (12 cm)). Propagate: by taking cuttings at the end of summer or in the autumn.