Limonium is the botanical name for Statice
Limonium Germination Information

Limonium Seed Germination How to Sow Limonium:

  • Best sown indoors at 68° at a depth of 4 times the diameter of the seed
  • Expect germination in 10-15 days after sowing
  • Indoors, seeds should be sown 8-10 weeks before planting outside
  • Seeds can also be sown outdoors, after all danger of frost is past
  • If sowing seed outdoors, we recommend a maximum planting depth of 4X the width of the seed

How to Grow Limonium:
Transplanting: Transplant when there are at least two sets of true leaves

Spacing: Space them 12-18 inches apart in full sun in a light, well-drained, sandy soil

Additional Care:  Statice is very tolerant of drought, heat, and salt spray

Appearance and Use:

Flowers are popular for cutting use, both fresh and dried, and plants make a nice addition to border designs. Plant habit is upright to 2 feet tall and 1 foot wide. Flowers appear over a long time-period from early to late summer. The flower heads are composted of clusters of tiny (half-inch) papery-textured, funnel-shaped individual flowers that come in colors of white, blue, yellow or red. The dark green leaves grow in basil rosettes and are oblong to 6 inches long with deeply lobed, wavy margins. Stems are bright green


About Limonium:
Pronunciation:  li-mo’ne-um sin-u-a’tum
Lifecycle:  Annual
Origination: Plumbaginaceae; native to the Mediterranean
Common Name: Statice