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Limonium sinuatum

  • Common Name
    Statice/Sea Lavender
  • CA Native
  • Plant Type
  • Size
    18 - 24" x 15"
  • Flower Color
    Purple, Pink, White
  • Bloom Time
    • Fall
    • Summer
  • Leaves
    N / A
  • Evergreen
  • Deer Resistant
    Rarely Damaged
  • Wildlife Value
    • Bees
    • Butterfly & Other Insect Nectar
  • Growth Rate
  • Hardiness
  • Adverse Growth Factors
  • Special Features
    • Low Maintenance
    • Showy Flowers
  • Water Use
    • Drought Tolerant
    • Low
  • Soil pH
    6.5-7.5 (neutral)
  • Exposure
    • Full Sun
  • Soil Type
    Not Particular
  • Drainage
    Good Drainage
  • Description and Cultural Plant Tips

    This mounding clump type perennial haslarge, dark green leaves with small blue and purple flowers that form clusters above the leaves. Flowers dry well and are a great additiion to dried flower arrangements. Also these flowers have a long vase life. Looks good with pink coneflowers and white or pink Gaura. 

    Plant slightly higher than soil grade in a sunny part of the garden. Grows best in neutral soils but will also grow in alkaline soils. Leaves can become dry and unattractive easily, especially if underwatered, but does not affect the flowers. Plant in the mid-border and put shorter plants (such as Coreopsis grandiflora 'Early Sunrise') in front of it to hide the leaves.

    A welcome nectar source for bees.

    No significant pests or diseases. However, they are somewhat susceptible to Blackspot if located in a damp area.


  • Master Gardener Comments

    I use this plant in my perennial garden not only for the added color it provides but also for cut  and dry flower arrangements.

  • Varietals
    N / A