Statice ‘Apricot’ (SOLD OUT)

Description

Statice ‘Apricot’

Limonium sinuatum

Statice ‘Apricot’ is a blend of peach, coral and blush tones, wonderful used as a fresh flower but, like ‘Strawflowers’, also makes a great dried flower and it is also know as Sea Lavender.

Statice is so much fun to grow and very easy for the beginner (especially when following our Grow-A-Long).

As well as making handsome garden plants, Statice ‘Apricot’ transform bouquets and arrangements instantly, giving unique texture.

How to grow:
Frost tender I sow in the Spring. Seed requires light to germinate so do not cover.  For more detailed growing instructions join our ‘Grow Along’ on Instagram 

Details:
Variety: Limonium sinuatum
Type: Half Hardy Annual
Position: Full sun
Sow: Spring
Germination: Up to 30 days
Pinching: Not required
Height: 60cm
Plant: 22cm apart
Harvest: July onwards
Seeds per packet: 90 (approx. counted by weight)

Cutting /Vase Life:

Pick once all the flowers have opened on a stem. If picked too early, stems can wilt.

If using as a fresh flower, rest stems in a bucket of water for a few hours (preferably overnight), this is called conditioning.

For dried flowers, hang upside down to keep stems straight.