What makes silver mound so atacrative to raccoon orsquirrels
The squirrels may be using your plant to hide food.
Mine grew tall but then fell over and the middle is bare. How do I get them to remain a mound?
Soil that is very fertile (e.g. amended with compost) or fertilizer use is going to make Silver Mound grow too tall and then flop. It actually looks better in soil of average fertility. Here are some other tips: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/artemisia/silver-mound-care.htm
what do you do with your silver mound in the winter? I did clip mine back-- how far do you do this? Do you cut it back even with the ground? Please let me know how and what to do. They were pretty this summer. I sure hope they come back. THANKS. firstname.lastname@example.org Give me instruction on what I should do.
You are in zone 6b so yours should come back, but I've lost mine in 6b so you can't be sure. Here are some extra tips you can do to winterize:
Can you grow a silver mound plant indoors?
Yes! You will need to provide the same care as it would receive, outdoors. This article will help you to know what the plant needs to survive:
When is the best time to cut silver grass?
Cutting and division takes place in spring.
We have a rather large patch and wonder how to care for it over the winter and what do we need to do this fall. Thank you
These articles should help: