Rose ‘Silver Shadows’ is a surprising hybrid tea rose cultivar that’s recognized for its distinctive coloration, which is a mixture of white and silver, and delicate candy perfume.
4. Globe Thistle
Botanical Title: Echinops sphaerocephalus
USDA Zone: 3-9
The Globe thistle is a perennial plant with spiky, gray-blue flowers that bloom in the summertime. The plant is drought-tolerant and attracts bees and butterflies to the backyard.
5. Silver Sage
Botanical Title: Salvia argentea
USDA Zone: 5-9
Silver Sage is a perennial flowering plant with silvery-gray foliage and small, blue-purple flowers that even have a tint of silver to them.
6. Dusty Miller
Botanical Title: Senecio cineraria
USDA Zone: 7-10
Dusty miller is a decorative plant with grey foliage and small, white, fuzzy flowers that even have a touch of a silver sheen to them.
7. Silver Lace
Botanical Title: Polygonum aubertii
USDA Zone: 5-9
Silver lace is a gorgeous, low-maintenance perennial that options lacy, feathery foliage with a metallic sheen. It’s normally gray-green in colour and might produce small white flowers.
8. Mountain Daisy
Botanical Title: Celmisia semicordata
USDA Zone: 4-9
It’s a species of flowering plant within the daisy household, which is native to New Zealand. It’s an upright herbaceous perennial with greyish-green foliage and white-yellow flowers with a touch of grey.
9. Mouse Ears
Botanical Title: Cerastium
USDA Zone: 4-8
The flowers of mouse ears are small and white-gray, with 5 petals. They’re sometimes borne in clusters and are enticing to a wide range of pollinators.
10. Edelweiss Flower
Botanical Title: Leontopodium nivale
USDA Zone: 4-7
The edelweiss flower is a small, white-gray flower that grows within the mountains of Central Europe. It’s a image of bravery due to its means to thrive in harsh situations.