Answer: You may be looking for Ballota pseudodictamnus. This group consists of perennials and deciduous subshrubs that are found in the Mediterranean region and western Asia. B. pseudodictamnus forms clumps of succulent greenish-white stems that are clothed with evergreen, oval, grayish-green leaves. The entire plant is covered with a thick, grayish-white down. It grows 24 inches per year and spreads about 3 feet. Its white or pale pink flowers are small, tubular and 2-lipped.
If so, you can order from Island Nursery, 8797 Chemainus Road, RR1, Chemainus, BC. Phone 250-246-9355.
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