Blue eryngo, flat sea holly - 165 seeds

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Blue eryngo or flat sea holly is an easily cultivated, attractive perennial plant that belongs to genus Eryngium of the Apiaceae (celery) family. It grows commonly in Central Europe along the rivers, but will prove itself as an ornamental plant in garden. The overground part of this plant consists of a large rosette of green leaves with stiff petioles. Full, oval leaf blades change their appearance along with height on which they grow. The higher they sit on the stem the more denticulated they become. The main characteristic and biggest asset of the blue eryngo is the colouring of the plant. Leaves, stems and blooms are silvery-blue. This colour is caused by a waxy coating. Tall flowering stalks that are branched in the upper parts end with round, bright blue small blooms. Numerous flower heads are surrounded by collars of spiky blades, called bracts. Pollinating insects, such a bees, bumblebees, butterflies and flies visit eryngo blooms eagerly, hence this plant is considered melliferous. Blue eryngo is undemanding in regard to the site in inhabits. It likes sunny places and is resistant to drought and frost. It is rather seldomly grown in European gardens, although this original plant is a great proposal for the naturalistic gardens. It will add a sea-blue colour to the background of a perennial flower bed or a rockery. It is valued by florists as an addition to fresh and dried bouquets. Its blue shoots will present themselves wonderfully in company of sneezeweeds, European goldenrods, rudbeckias and coneflowers. We sincerely recommend planting this undemanding plant in your garden.

The package contains 0.2 g of blue eryngo seeds, as well as growing instructions and the sow-by date.

  • Weight: 0.2 g
  • Use: ornamental - flower beds, as cut flower; melliferous plant
  • Flower colour: Silvery-blue
  • Vegetation form: perennial
  • Foliage: rosette of silvery-blue oval, toothed leaves
  • Flower type: flower heads
  • Site: sunny

Approximately 165 seeds (+/- 20%)

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