Armeria


Armeria

Armeria maritima


Bright pink or red dried flower heads atop wiry, stiff stems.


Perennial

Common Name(s) Sea Thrift, Sea-pinks
Height 12 - 18 inches.
Cultivar  
Propagation After soaking seed in warm water for 6-8 hours, germinate at 70°F.

By division when the center of the clump begins to die.
Cultivation Full sun in very well drained soil.
Harvest Cut armerias when flower heads are in full bloom.
Drying Hang armeria upside down in dry, dark, open, airy place.
Uses Armerias is a nice bright dried flower accent.

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