Silver mound profile

Written by Maggie

Feb 03 2021

Silver mound profile

Silver mound, scientific name Artemisia schmidtianai, belongs to Compositae. Silver mound is originally produced in Nepal, Tibet, China and other areas, for Compositae perennial herbs. In the mountain or rock between the natural growth, slender, soft stems and leaves, the whole plant of Silver mound was silvery white silky hair, stem often branched, transverse extension, about 10 centimeters high.

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Silver mound

Morphological characteristics of silver mound

The leaves of Silver mound (Artemisia schmidtianai) are beautiful, covered with soft down on both sides and carefully divided into two or three feathers. They are as white as morning mist, and hence the name "Silver mound." Silver mound is a perennial herb that grows on high mountains and northern rocks.

Silver mound growing environment

Silver mound (Artemisia schmidtianai) likes warm light and is afraid of the cold. Silver mound is a positive flower and should be potted. It is usually applied with thin fertilizer and few diseases and insect pests.

Silver mound propagation methods

We carry out a division propagation method of Silver mound (Artemisia schmidtianai) in spring. Straight roots usually do not head, such as cuttage reproduction, the survival rate is lower.

Silver mound

The main value of silver mound

Silver Mound (Artemisia schmidtianai) is mainly appreciated for its silvery white sheen and feathery stems and leaves, which are delicate and soft, giving a sense of exquisite beauty.

Silver mound (Artemisia schmidtianai) has been known since ancient times to have medicinal properties and a strong aroma.One of the strongest wines in the world, Czech absinthe, is made from the leaves of morning dew grass mixed with alcohol. Silver mound is a popular spice in Europe.