This rounded, mounding shrub resembles a white tumbleweed with its tiny silvery-white evergreen foliage held tightly against silvery-white wiry stems. Small, button-shaped yellow blooms appear on the ends of stems in spring and summer. The attractive foliage is stunning in mass as a high ground cover.
Calocephalus brownii (Leucophyta b.)
Bark notes :Wiry silvery-white stems.
Leaf length : 1/8"
Leaf shape : Thread-like
Leaf color : Silvery-white
Flower width : 1/2"
Flower shape : Button-shaped
Flower color : Yellow
Foliage growth cycle : Evergreen
Average size maturity width : 3 ft.
Average size maturity height : 3 ft.
USDA Zone : 25 to 30 F( Z9b)
Sunset zone : 16, 17, 19, 21-24
Water requirements : Regular
Light exposure : Sun
Attractive bark :Yes