Flower NameArmeria maritima
Formal NameArmeria maritima
AliasArmeria, sea pink, 浜簪
MorphCoastal Evergreen perennial
Armeria maritima , called Sea pink, scientific name: Armeria maritima, is a low oceanic climate perennial plant of the Plumbaginaceae department Almeria genus native to North American and European.Stretch the spring cymes from the tip out from between the leaves of the spatula-shaped inflorescence, small 5 petaled flowers deep pink blooms in spherical. There are also varieties that can bloom white flowers. Maritime is similar to latifolia (scientific name:Armeria formosa), the representatives of Almeria. Latifolia is large, is used to cut flowers.
Generic name: Armeria maritima, scientific name:Armeria maritima, aka: Sea pink, Almeria, maritime, vulgaris, origin: North America and Europe, environment: coast, plant height: 10 - 30 cm, canopy: spatula shaped, leaf length: 10 - 15 cm, Asymmetric flower, flowers, flower shape: cymes, Flowering period: from March to May, flower colors: peach, white, Corolla: spherical, flower diameter: 1 cm, the petal count: 5, bract: 3, sepal number: 5, number of stamens: 5, pistil: 5 carpel, ovule number: 1, Calyx form: cylindrical, fruit type: capsule, nature: salt resistant.
Flower typeActinomorphic Flower
Leaf edgeEntire Fringe
SeasonMar Apr May
Height10 ~ 30 [cm]
Diameter1 ~ 1