|This annual is grown for its attractive silver-gray foliage and mounding form. 'Cirrus' has silvery, greenish-white, elliptic, lobed leaves and grows to 12" tall and wide.
Can over winter and act like a perennial in warmer areas, or if mulched heavily. Flowers are mustard-yellow, held in corymbs, and are produced in the second year.
Shear or pinch back plants if they become leggy. Tolerant of many soils, prefers full sun and well drained site. An excellent foil between brightly colored bedding plants. Often used as an edging or border plant.