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Convolvulus cneorum

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ARBUSTO Convolvulus cneorum (CONVOLVULACEAE)

Campanilla de hoja plateada
Origen Costa Mediterránea
Full sun Little water
Perennial leaf Silver grey
Flor White with yellow centre
Alt.Max. 0,3/0,5 m
Anch.Max. 0,6/1,2 m
Zona ZONA 8
Compact shrub, produces a dense mass of small, grey-green leaves, covered with a fine down. Produces masses of open, trumpet shaped flowers. Convolvulus cneorum, also known as silverbush, is a species of flowering plant in the family Convolvulaceae, which contains many plants described as "bindweed". However, unlike other species in the genus, it is an evergreen shrub rather than a vine, forming a low mound 0.6–1.2 m in height, with a similar spread. It produces 2.5–4 cm diameter flowers which are white with a yellow throat. These are produced at the end of stems in loose panicles and may almost completely cover the plants. The leaves are grey-green and are covered in fine hairs which give the plant a silvery appearance.
Diam Ltr Perim Trunk height Total Height Others
ARBUSTO C19 3.5 10/20
ARBUSTO T22 5 20/40
ARBUSTO T24 8 20/40