6 favorite white & silver plants

Snowy-hued plants to brighten your home and patio

Hint of frost
Rob D. Brodman

Hint of Frost

The silvery blue rosettes of Sedum spathulifolium 'Cape Blanco' are naturally tinged with white, giving them a snow-dusted appearance. A hardy succulent, the plant takes minimal water and does best in locations that get full sun to filtered shade. For our tabletop display, we planted sedums from four six-packs in a white glazed earthenware bowl. Hallon bowl, 13¾ in. wide, 3½ in. deep; $10; www.ikea.com for store locations. 

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