This group of daisy relatives includes the well-known dusty miller and florist’s cineraria as well as less familiar garden plants and even a few weeds. Succulent species are often sold as Kleinia, an earlier name.Senecio cineraria
From Mediterranean. To 2–3 ft. high and wide, with woolly white leaves cut into many blunt-tipped lobes. Blooms at almost any season in mildwinter climates, during summer in colder regions, bearing clustered heads of yellow or creamy yellow flowers. Striking in a night garden. Gets leggy unless sheared occasionally. Grown as an annual everywhere.
Native to the southeastern United States. Growing to 80 ft. tall and 60 ft. wide, this can be a street...
Native to China, Japan. Valuable as shade tree where soil and climate limit choices. Tolerates heat, s...
From China, this vigorous grower reaches 20 ft. or more. It is aphid resistant, practically immune to ...