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|USDA Zone: 4-9
Plant number: 1.170.100
Although this species of Seakale forms sprays of creamy-white flowers, it really is grown more for the fantastic powdery-blue foliage. Leaves are large and cabbage-like, with ruffled edges that make this a superb textural plant. Especially useful in dry, sunny sites, the rock garden, or in the border. Said to be salt tolerant. In Europe this was once popular as a spring vegetable, the plants were covered with a clay pot in late winter, to blanch the emerging new foliage. Not easily divided, but any seedlings that appear may be moved while they are still small.
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