Ajania pacifica

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Will begin shipping Apr 3rd 2023 . Ship by date varies based on your location, hardiness zone, and the maturity level of the plant. If you have a specific shipping time request, please add it in the comments for your order.

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Common Name:
Gold or Silver Chrysanthemum
Plant Type:
Perennial, Ground Cover
Sun to Part Sun
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Garden Height:
12-24 Inches
Garden Spread:
12-36 Inches
  • Unique frosted foliage
  • Late-season blooms
  • Free of pests & disease

Ajania pacifica is an excellent ground cover. It forms dense mounds of silvery green foliage. This Chrysanthemum relative is mainly grown for its fantastic foliage and excellent spreading habit, but it does produce yellow button-like flowers in the fall. A great choice for rock gardens or even in containers if spreading is not desired.

Uses: Rock Gardens, Ground Cover, Containers, Edging, Flower Beds, Mass Planting
Critter Resistance: Deer
Notable Features: Pest-free, Variegated foliage, Drought Tolerant
Growth Habit: Spreading

Homeowner Growing Tips: Grow in full sun, or part-shade in southern climates, in very well-drained soil. Pinch back growing tips in June to promote a bushier plant. Provide winter mulch in Zone 5.

Photo(s) courtesy of Bluebird Nursery, Inc.

Reviews (2)

  • Perfect flowers

    Posted by Dee on May 8th 2022

    The ajania pacifica were packaged perfectly, arrived quickly and happy and transitioned to their new garden beds beautifully. Can't wait for them to bloom. Thank you!

  • Nice Plants

    Posted by DFE on May 15th 2020

    Got a bunch of these plants in late Fall, 2019. Now that they've had time to bet establish they're making nice mounts of vegetation here in late Spring/early Summer. All survived the shipping ordeal well. Looking forward to seeing how the bees respond to the flowers when they blossom late fall when little else is available for them. I've always had good success with plants shipped to me by Romence. Much appreciated your carrying this somewhat uncommon bee-nourishing plant.