This versatile little plant which forms a dense rounded ball of shimmering silver green foliage that seldom needs clipping. Looks fabulous group planted or makes a natural topiary specimen for court-yard containers, sun or part shade.
With a very compact habit, this bushy mounded evergreen hedge naturally reaches its rounded pin cushion shape with very little or no pruning. Although a low shrub, it is a vigorous grower developing a very dense multi stemmed shape with its striking slender black stems covered in glossy silver oval leaves, an excellent asset to any garden. There are many discrete chocolate purple flowers produced in late spring/early summer drawing a wide array of bees and butterflies.