We are pleased to offer this new selection from the Onion King, Mark McDonough of MA. This selection of A. senescens var. glaucum was made for its dwarf, tightly swirling habit. The pencil-thin, powder-blue, deer-resistant leaves make an attractive plant to only 4" tall. In September and October, the clump is topped with 6" stems of light lavender-pink flowers. This is a perfect addition to even the smallest rock garden.