Limonium ‘Apricot’ has attractive clouds of tiny flowers in mid to late summer, typically July to September. The flowers sit on sturdy stalks 70-90cm high. They make good border and container plants, and long-lived cut and dried flowers.
Limonium grows best in sun and well-drained soil.
Pack of approx 100 seeds. These plants are mostly grown as an annual in the UK, sown in autumn to spring and planted out in late spring, after all risk of frost has passed. Plants can be kept in a heated greenhouse or conservatory over winter and kept as a perennial. Sowing instructions and a colour photo are printed on the packet.
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