Pruning Silver Mound Artemesia - Knowledgebase Question

Marstons Mills, MA
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Question by Beachbum0
June 28, 1999
I have silver mound along my driveway that looks beautiful until it starts getting leggy and seedy looking on top, and too tall. Should I be trimming the plant to keep it that soft feathery feel?

Answer from NGA
June 28, 1999
Isn't that a lovely plant when it looks its best! An occasional light trimming will help keep it from looking ratty and splaying open quite so much.

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