Dusty Miller choices recommended by Nancy Szerlag in her Annuals For Michigan by Lone Pine Press.
S. cineraria forms a mound of fuzzy, silvery-grey, lobed or finely divided foliage. Many cultivars have been developed with impressive foliage colors and shapes.
‘Cirrus’ has lobed silvery-green or white foliage.
‘Silver Dust’ has deeply lobed silvery-white foliage.
‘Silver Lace’ has delicate silvery-white foliage that glows in the moonlight.
Plants may be sheared to shape. Plants will have a tendency to look ugly after blooming. A hard prune once it is done flowering will keep the plant looking good long term.
Silver Cascade In Container