Great Mountain Sagebrush, Mountain Big Sagebrush, Mountain Sagebrush
This is the Great Mountain Sagebrush.
In Stock: 3.125 lb (Total:3.125lb)
Artemisia tridentata subsp. vaseyana
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Germination: sow 1/8" deep, mulch the seed bed, keep moist
Artemisia tridentata ssp. vaseyana, commonly known as Great Mountain Sagebrush, is native to the mountainous regions of North America, this unique and beautiful plant is a member of the Asteraceae family. Great Mountain Sagebrush is known for its silver-gray foliage, which adds a touch of elegance to any garden or landscape.
Growing up to six feet tall and five feet wide, this perennial shrub provides excellent ground cover and can be a focal point in any garden. Its upright branches are covered in aromatic leaves that release a pleasant fragrance when touched or brushed against. These leaves are also known to have medicinal properties and have been used by Native American tribes for various purposes for centuries. It is extremely drought-tolerant, making it a perfect addition to xeriscapes and water-conserving landscapes. Its hardy nature allows it to thrive in poor or rocky soils, making it an ideal choice for gardens in harsh climates or mountainous regions.
In addition to its low-maintenance qualities, Great Mountain Sagebrush provides valuable habitat for a variety of wildlife, including numerous bird species, insects, and small mammals. It also serves as a food source for native wildlife during the harsh winter months. By planting this beautiful plant, you can help support biodiversity and create a sustainable environment for the local ecosystem.