Ballota Pseudodictamnus

Ballota Pseudodictamnus

Ballota Pseudodictamnus is an evergreen and perennial bush native to Mediterranean regions like Greece, Libya,

Egypt and Turkey.

The plant has circular grey leaves with a soft felted texture.

It can reach 70 cm of height in well drained soil and sun exposure.

The blooming time is in Summer so June and July. Flowers are white-pink but often are hidden by the leaves.

It is a plant usually used in mediterranean gardens near Lavandula or Perovskia.

Ballota can resist to high temperature as well as to cold (maximum -10°C) but with very dry conditions and good

drainage in full sun.

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