- Flower nameLimonium sinuatum
- Scientific nameLimonium sinuatum
- AliasLimonium sinuatum, スターチス, ハナハマサジ, 花浜匙, Wavyleaf sea-lavender, Limonium, リモニウム
- Place of originMediterranean
- Place of floweringGarden, Cut flowers, flower arrangement, Botanical Gardens, Park, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonApril, May, June, July, August, September, October
- Language of flowersUnchanged mind
What is Limonium sinuatum
Limonium sinuatum, commonly called wavyleaf sea-lavender or Statice (scientific name: Limonium sinuatum) is native to the coast of the Mediterranean and is a semi- perishable perennial of the family Plumbaginaceae. It is native to the arid land and coasts of origin. The flower name has come to be called by the scientific name Limonium. In Japanese name, it is called "Hanahamasaji". The plant height is about 45 cm. The leaves extend radially from the ground, from which the slightly flat, wing-shaped, edgy flower stems stand upright. From spring to autumn, the panicle or panicle is extended from the flower stem tip, and the funnel-shaped bluish purple or white, red, orange, yellow and pink flowers are made to bloom. But this is actually a rose, not a flower. The real flower is a small white tube in it. Flower language is "the unchanging mind".
Common name:Statice, Scientific name: Limonium sinuatum, Origin: Mediterranean coast, Environment: Dry land or coast, Living type: Semi-cold tolerant perennial grass, flowering once, Plant height: 45 cm, Leaf shape: whip shape, Leaf height: 20 cm, Leaf edge: Corrugated and Shallow, Flower stalk: Upright, Flowering stage: April to October, Inflorescence form: Conical or panicle, Agate: funnel-like, flower color (in fact, scaly): blue-purple, white, red, orange, yellow, pink, floret (petal): small white tubular, floret diameter: 0.3 cm, number of petals: 5, Number of male buds: 5, number of female buds: 5, fruit: fruits or nuts, application: ornamental cut flowers, flower beds, pots, dried flowers.