Plant description and unique characteristics:

Perennial. Great drought-tolerant native plant with silver foliage.

Full Sun

LIGHT
REQUIREMENT

N/A

DAYS TO
GERMINATION

N/A

PLANT
SPACING

24" by 30"

PLANT SIZE
AT HARVEST

Sandy

SOIL TYPE

Seed History and Growing Tips

Native to Southern California.

Growing Tips

Low germination rate is common. Sandy loam. South facing. Northern California coastal.

Crop Traits

CROP SIZE AT HARVEST:
CROP YIELD PER PLANT:
COLOR AT HARVEST: Other
FLAVOR: Other
TEXTURE:

Additional Information

Flavor Notes:
Like Camphor. Valued for its wild desert fragrance, it is used ceremonially and in potpourri and incense.

Seed grown in:

Freestone, United States

Latitude 38.4°, Longitude -122.9°

Mediterranean Climate

The Mediterranean climate is characterized by warm dry summers and mild, wet winters. As a result, areas with this climate receive almost all of their precipitation during their winter, autumn and spring seasons, and may go anywhere from 4 to 6 months during the summer without having any significant precipitation.