Limonium sinuatum

A perennial that can be grown as an annual, to make amazing dried bouquets.
Common name : Limonium sinuatum
Scientific name : Limonium sinuatum
Family : Plumbaginaceae
Category : Annual
Cold-sensitive
Cold-sensitive
Sun loving
Sun loving
Minimal water
Minimal water
Weed
Weed
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Sowing & planting

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Flowering

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D

Harvestint

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Caracteristics

Exposition
Water needs
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Frost-resistance Medium
Zone USDA 8a
Height 30 - 60
pH 7

Sow my limonium sinuatum

Sow under cover under filtered light, between 12 and 15 ° C, in standard potting soil. Water once a week.

Dibble my limonium sinuatum

In the garden, plant your seedlings sown under cover after the last freezes. Easy to grow, the statice requires only drained soil, a little sandy - on the other hand its flowering will be directly proportional to the sunshine! Gently separate the plants. Plant them in finely worked planks (dug, scratched then raked) You should eventually add some sand to lighten it if necessary. Once the bed is properly prepared, make a small hole with a dibble, remove the plant from its bucket, put it in the hole, fill it and compact the soil to put it in contact with the roots. Respect a spacing between the plants corresponding to one third of its intended width. Water copiously to help rooting.

Plant my limonium sinuatum

Easy toi groww, the statice requires only drained soil, a little sandy - on the other hand its flowering will be directly proportional to the sunshine! Gently separate the plants. Plant them in finely worked planks (dug, scratched then raked) You should eventually add some sand to lighten it if necessary. Once the bed is properly prepared, make a small hole with a dibble, remove the plant from its bucket, put it in the hole, fill it and compact the soil to put it in contact with the roots. Respect a spacing between the plants corresponding to one third of its intended width. Water copiously to help rooting.

Mulch my limonium sinuatum

Mulch between the plants, one to two weeks after planting, using dried leaves or crushed wood (or any mulch that retains moisture). This will limit evaporation at ground level, and therefore the need for watering and weeding.

Water my limonium sinuatum

Like many Mediterranean plants, the statice is very resistant to drought. After the first weeks, and planted in the ground, no need to take care of it! Water seedlings and seedlings gently, not to uproot them, and be careful not to drown them (beware of undrilled pots at the bottom). Once well installed, the potted plants will accommodate with a watering, morning or evening, once a week.

Reap my limonium sinuatum

In the summer, gather the statices in full bloom - let them dry for a few weeks in a ventilated room, and you will be able to keep the bouquets all the winter!

Propagate my limonium sinuatum

The typical annuals are multiplied by sowing: think of harvesting the seeds in late summer, and resowing them under shelter from September to October, or from March.

Remove my limonium sinuatum

If you often have temperatures below -5 ° C, you can simply tear your plants in the fall: they will not spend the winter! Clean the plot, and take the opportunity to plant bulbs!

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