Tennessee Smart Yards Native Plants

A comprehensive database of Tennessee native plants

Prairie Sage, White Sagebrush

Prairie Sage, White Sagebrush

Artemisia ludoviciana

Full to part sun, medium to dry moisture level, tolerates most soils except clay, slightly acid to strongly alkaline pH.  3 ft. height, blooms summer to fall, green flowers, spreads rapidly by rhizomes.

Germination Code:  C(30), D

Native Region:  Isolated counties statewide — Hardeman, Stewart, Montgomery, Rutherford, Marion, Bradley, Sevier, and Greene counties

Attractive, aromatic silvery-white foliage.  This is an aggressive plant that can spread quickly to form large colonies.  Its appearance, fragrance and ability to colonize make it a potential knee-to-waist high groundcover.  Can even be mowed.

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