SANTOLINA (LAVENDER COTTON)
These dwarf shrubs are grown for their silvery-white, finely cut leaves. They prefer a lightand a sunny position. Plant in September, October, March or April. Both the kinds listed below produce myriads of rayless, yellow daisy- in summer, which are of little decorative value and can be trimmed off to preserve the silvery-white effect of the leaves.
Sanlolina chamaecyparissus, 1-½ ft., makes a delightful low hedge.
S. neapolitana, 2 to 2-½ ft.