Tripolium pannonicum. Sea-aster. Luibh bhléine.

Tripolium pannonicum. Sea-aster. Luibh bhléine.

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Description

Common name: Sea-aster. Luibh bhléine.

General:
This population originates from Co Down. Irish Grid reference: J585502.
Perennial. Purple-blue daisy like rays with a yellowish centre to 70cms, glossy deep green fleshy leaves.

Benefits:
While it can be kind of scrappy looking, it’s unusual colouring sets it apart. Great for bees and hardy.

Habitat:
Can grow in a rock garden with scarce soil, yet can tolerate wet feet, pretty versatile, it prefers full sun and an occasional dose of salt as it’s a coastal plant. Like other salt loving plants, It does occasionally make its way along a salted road inland.

Sowing guidelines:
Sow from late autumn to early spring in trays or modules, prick out into modules, then plant out when large enough.

Cultural history:
We didn’t find any cultural uses or traditions, so if you know of any we’d love to hear it.

Avg contents: 80 seeds.

Additional information

Weight0.005 g
Dimensions10 × 5.6 × 0.5 cm

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