What is Limonium swallowed
Limonium swallowed , scientific name:Limonium suworowii, is an annual half-hardy grass of the Plumbaginaceae department of the Limonium genus native to Central Asia. This is the so-called perennial Limonium. Limonium (Statices) fellow, conspicuous pink calyx of flowers there for flower arrangements after the fall. There are varieties suitable for agricultural use.Long flower stalk from the roots of the Rosetta leaves the well branched out, with many small flowers bloom.
Common name: Limonium swallowed, scientific name:Limonium suworowii, aka:Russian starts, origin: Central Asia, Iran, Afghanistan, living type: half hardy year grass, plant height: 30-80 cm, stalk: good broken branches, leaves: leaf, leaves: 20 cm racemes of stipule: nothing, leaf margin: entire, hermaphrodite flowers, asymmetric flower, flowers: spikes, petals: cementation, petal number: 5, Flowering period: July - August, of petal color: white, yellow, flower: spiral, Star: cylindrical, flower diameter:0.3cm, Calyx color: pink, Calyx form: funnel shaped, fruit: capsule and ripens fruit, seeds: one uses: cut flowers.