Limonium latifolium--Wideleaf Sea Lavender, Hardy Statice

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Limonium latifolium--Wideleaf Sea Lavender, Hardy Statice


Small, purplish limonium flowers are cut for drying in the summer when they are fully open. The plants grow to 2 to 3 feet when given sun and a well drained soil. Once established the plant should not be disturbed. The stems are weak so need support.

Propagation is by cuttings, seed and division. Cuttings of small side shoots, or root cuttings, can be made in early spring. Division can be done in spring but only if actually needed.

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