Dried sea lavender flower
Sea Lavender honeysuckle, scientifically known as Limonium spp, flowers and dies annually, and some of its varieties are perennials. Perennial species are deciduous shrubs and other species are herbaceous.
Lemon flowers can be found all over the world. Sea Lavender are found in clusters with five petals and are available in pink, purple, blue, red, white, yellow and purple. Flowering of this plant occurs during spring and in some species in summer.
The leaves of this plant are widely located on the ground. This plant has about 120 species and is often considered a herbaceous and perennial plant.
The flower of the plant is displayed as an decorated cluster. This flower can be used to decorate different spaces.
It can also be used as a cut flower in flower arrangement. This beautiful plant is commonly found in most parts of the world including Asia, Europe, North America and Australia.
The height of bee flowers is about 10 to 70 cm and usually the seeds are sown in the nursery in mid-March or early spring. It will be transferred in the fall.
Also, since there are many different types of bee flowers, some of them may start flowering in early May, but others will start in the summer.
Sea Lavender dried flowers have a lot of fans in the world due to their unique beauty and great variety, and this has caused the sale and purchase of Sea Lavender for export to be of great benefit to exporters and wholesalers of Sea Lavender.
A variety of Sea Lavender flowers
Limonium White Statis
This plant has uniform and very beautiful flowers. Flower clusters 4 to 8 cm in diameter and have strong stems. Fixed white flowers are suitable for cultivation in land and greenhouses. The flowers are uniformly white and some have a pale pink halo.
This flower is very suitable for preparing dried bouquets. It is also excellent for planting in green spaces, gardens, orchards, group cultivation and creates very beautiful landscapes. This beautiful flower grows 60 to 75 cm and attracts beneficial and pollinating insects.
American Yellow Stat Statue ( LIMONIUM QIS YELLOW )
With decades of combined and F1 seed production experience, the American Penn has become very popular around the world. The American company produces flowers with high resistance and early maturity, and from the products of this company, it produces several different colors of limonium or statis called Limonium Qis.
It is a type of statis commonly known as sea lavender. Sea lavender or rosemary ( common names ) is known. Native to the beaches of the Canary Islands but widely used in gardens around the world. It is a hardy perennial plant that grows from a woody rhizome. The leaves are thick, oval, round, with petioles up to 30 cm long.
Statoni californicum ( Limonium californicum )
Stathis californicum is a species of sea lavender in the family Plumbaginaceae. It is commonly known as the Western rosehip and the California sea lavender. Native to North America from Oregon to California and occasionally found in Nevada and Arizona.
This plant is from coastal habitats such as beaches, salt marshes and coastal meadows and other sandy and alkaline sandy habitats such as game. It is a hardy perennial plant that grows from a woody rhizome. The leaves are thick and leathery, oval and the petioles are up to 30 cm long.
Arborescence statis is a species of sea lavender commonly known as the lemon tree and siempreviva. This plant is native to the Canary Islands, where a plant is a coastal habitat. It is a hardy perennial plant that grows from a woody rhizome. The leaves are thick oval and the petioles are about 30 cm long. The inflorescence is a rigid and branched cluster that is often more than one meter long and can withstand large clusters of flowers.
Australian Statis ( Limonium austral )
This plant is native to Australia and lives in the East Coast from North Tasmania to Mecca in Queensland and grows in salt pots.
Socotranum limonium is a species of plant in the family Plumbaginaceae. Its natural habitats are arid and subtropical shrub areas and rocky areas.
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