Cudweed sagewort, Silver sagebrush, Istafiate, Iztauhyátl, Ajenjo del país, Estafiate de Castilla
Scientific Name: Artemisia cana
Common Name: Silver Sagebrush
Other Common Names: Hoary Sagebrush, Dwarf Sagebrush, Hoary Sagewort, Sagewort, Plains Silver Sagebrush, Silvery Sagebrush, White Sagebrush, Blue Sage, Mountain Silver Sagebrush, Coal town Sagebrush, & Coaltown Sagebrush.
Plant Type: Perennial
Where To Plant: Full Sun to Partly Shady
Soil Types: Average
Zones (See US Zone map): 3-5
Germination: Easy to germinate, but best germination occurs when seeds are cold treated at about 50°F for over a month prior to planting. Optimum germination appears to occur with persistently cool soil temperatures as well as being in a green house, but do NOT use a heat bulb on these seed or they will lose germination. Seeds germinate & grow best when planted about 2.5 mm below the soil surface.
Number of Seeds Per Pack: 50
Notes: Used by the Montana Indians as a general tonic, to restore hair, and as a dermatological aid.
Also Mexico for gallstones , Diarrhea , constipation misc stomach - either died or fresh leaves - depending on problem .