An impressive foliage species grown for its massive rosettes of downy, silvery leaves. Spikes of yellow flowers appear in the second year but should be removed quickly to prevent the plant from dying. However one or two plants could be allowed to flower and set seeds, if self-sown seedlings are desired. Excellent at the front of the border where the foliage can be seen and appreciated.
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