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Sea Thrift (Armeria maritima)
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Sea Thrift (Armeria maritima)

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The perennial wildflower which seems rather unspectacular has it in it as it tolerates the most challenging soils as habitat.

It can, in fact, be found all over the world. In Germany, it is typical for the dune landscapes and salt marshes of the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. The sea thrift tolerates and processes salt but doesn't necessarily need saline soils as habitat. Occasionally, it can also be found in dry woods or on sandy, gaunt meadows. However, in the inland, it belongs to the endangered plant species.
Its toleration of heavy-metal contaminated locations is especially spectacular. It can absorb and bind heavy metals and is, thereby, a great aide with the regeneration of contaminated soils.

In former times, the sea thrift has also been applied as a medicinal plant for epilepsy. Today, it has no relevance as such anymore. Anyway, the blossoms belong to the edible blossoms and can be used fresh and candied.

As an ornamental plant, the wildflower has already had a place in our gardens for a long time. Because of the habitat requirements, it is well-suitable for rockeries, nature-near gardens, heather gardens or beach gardens. If it feels good, it sows itself and appears in many locations. It especially comes into its own when it's planted in groups.

Armeria maritima seeds, content: Approx. 200 sea thrift seeds
Details: Plant description & care
Plant family:
plumbaginaceae
Country of origin:
AfricaAsiaAustraliaCentral AmericaEuropeNorth AmericaSouth America
Plant height approx.:
20 – 50 cm
Flowering time:
MayJuneJulyAugustSeptember
Flower colour:
PinkPinkPurple
Lifecycle :
Perennial
Winter hardiness zone (whz):
4 (–34 bis –30 °c)
Climate:
Moderate
sunlight:
full sun
Water requirements:
Low
Soil type:
AridFreshNutrient–poorPorousnährstoffarm
Use:
Cut flowerMedicinal plantOrnamental plant
Sowing & cultivation
Indoor pre-culture (seedling stage):
MarchAprilMay
Sowing time outdoors:
AprilMayJune
Sowing depth:
Sprinkle seeds on the sowing soil and press them lightly into the upper layer
Best germination temperature :
15 – 18 °CNeeds cold for germination
Germination time in days:
20 – 30
Planting distance:
15 cm
Specialties:
Good melliferous food plant for bees, bumble bees & butterfliesNeeds light to germinate
Perennial wildflower and ornamental plant for nutrient-poor, calcareous locations in the sun. Germinates irregularly in 20-30 days. Cold application can promote germination. Pre-culture from March or direct sowing from May. Only sprinkle seeds on the substrate and press lightly. The seedlings can be sown outdoors from mid-May. Tolerates salty and heavy metal polluted soils.
Other names
Botanical name:
armeria maritima
German names:
berggrasblumebergnelkegewöhnliche grasnelkegoldröselngrasblumemeergrasblumemövenblumesandnelkestrand–grasnelke
English names:
sea pinksea thrift
French names:
armérie maritimegazon d'espagne1gazon d'olympestaticeœillet marin
Spanish names:
armeriaclavel de playasclavelina de marcésped francésdenguedenguecilloserizo de la sierraestatice–erizogazón
Italian names:
armeria marittima
Details
Item number
ARM01
Brand
Group:
Seeds
seed multiplication:
Conventional
Seed quantity:
50 Pcs.

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