Jacobaea maritima (L.) Pelser & Meijden, 677 2005. (syn: Cineraria maritima (L.) L.; Othonna maritima L.; Senecio cineraria var. bicolor (Willd.) Caruel; Senecio coronopifolius var. oasicolus Hochr.; Senecio gibbosus subsp. cineraria (DC.) Peruzzi & al.; Senecio maritimus (L.) Rchb.);
Common names: Dusty-miller, Rag-wort, Silverdust;
Garden Plant for ID : 120511 : AK-3:
Taken at the Flower Show at Jijamata Udyan, Mumbai on the 18th Feb, 2011.
A small plant…there were no flowers when the picture was taken.
I think Jacobaea maritima, the dusty miller
Asteraceae Fortnight Part 1-Radiate Heads: Jacobaea maritima (L.) Pelser & Meijden from Kashmir and California-GS79: Attachments (5). 1 post by 1 author.
Jacobaea maritima (L.) Pelser & Meijden
syn: Senecio cineraria DC.; Othona maritima L.
Common names: Dusty miller
Ornamental herb photographed from Kashmir and California
.. Hazuri Bagh Garden in Srinagar in June, 2010. A lot of it is also grown along roadsides here in California;
https://groups.google.com/indiantreepix/thread/6?hl=en# (3 replies, 3 pictures, 16.12.10)
Ornamental For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 200114 : AK-10 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (2).
Another cultivated, ornamental potted plant at the Lalbagh Nursery on 24/11/13.
This ornamental could be Jacobaea maritima?
SK219DEC03-2016:ID : 8 posts by 2 authors. Attachments (3)
Location : Seoul, S. Korea
Altitude : 150 ft.
Date : 24 November, 2016
Some Artemisia ??
Jacobaea maritima (L.) Pelser & Meijden ??
Yes, to me also appear close to images at
Jacobaea maritima (L.) Pelser & Meijden has got no distribution in S. Korea.
It looks more close to Artemisia stelleriana ‘Silver Lace’ with distribution there .
Looks different from Artemisia stelleriana ‘Silver Lace’ as per
There appears to be conflicting images on the net, possibly wrongly identified
France, July 2022 :: Jacobaea maritima :: ARK2022-088:
This was clicked at the Eze Botanical Garden near Nice, France in July 2022.
Eze Botanical Gardens is situated on the French riviera (on the Mediterranean coast) and houses a host of succulent plants and xerophytes from all the continents.