- Flower nameArtemisia schmidtiana
- Scientific nameArtemisia schmidtiana
- Aliasアルテミシア, 朝霧草, Artemisia
- Place of originSakhalin
- Place of floweringGarden
- Flowering seasonJuly, August
What is Artemisia schmidtiana
Artemisia schmidtiana or Asagirisou (scientific name: Artemisia schmidtiana) is a hardy evergreen perennial herb of the department Asteraceae Artemisia genus native to Sakhalin. Is covered with beautiful across the grass, silver-white hair. Slender palmate leaves and stems are well branched and silver leaf with typical plants are. Yellow flowers bloom in the summer, the leaves are more prized. Japanese name is named did well branching with silvery-white foliage looks like a morning mist. Genus Maui wormwood (scientific name:Artemisia mauiensis) leaves with silver schmidtiana and similar plants.
Common name: Artemisia schmidtiana, scientific name:Artemisia schmidtiana, aka: Artemisia, schmidtiana , Asagirisou (Japanese), origin: Sakhalin (Russia), Habitat: Japan Habitat: coast, Rocky, Living type: cold-resistant Evergreen perennial plants, height: 20-30 cm, width: 50 cm, densely silvery silky hairs on leaf color: green, ornamental ending leaves: leaves to palmate, finely divided,: March-November, flowering: July-August, flower color: yellow, flowers bloom: flower heads down blooms, rock gardens and flower beds: applications The propagation: cuttings, Division and sowing.