Silverado develops silvery gray foliage on uniform plants. At an early stage Silverado is more green colored, which later turn into silvery gray. The leaves are slightly more coarse in shape than Quicksilver. The size and uniform plant habit make Silverado suitable for use in beds and borders.
– Perennial for annual use
– Silvery gray finely indented foliage
– Uniform plant habit
– Perfect for adding contrast to beds, borders ans mixed containers