Melianthus major

The leaves of this plant are long and sharply cut, somewhat exuberant, much to the delight of those who love architectural plants. The top of the leaf is colored greenish silver-gray with a bluish sheen. The underside is silvery. When you touch the leaves, they give off a peanut-butter smell. The plant can reach 75 to 125 cm in height and width. The appearance of new shoots from the ground allows densification, giving it a beautiful allure. A very exotic look in blue-gray.