Maybe the name means nothing to you, but Limonium was extremely popular in the '80s as a dried flower. Today, the bloom is back in fashion. It fits perfectly with our hazy, Polaroid nostalgia for summers past.
Colours and shapes
Limonium is available in white, blue and sometimes yellow, lilac, purple, pink and bi-coloured. You also can get lovely branched varieties, full of small flowers in grey, blue or lilac shades.
Unfortunately, little is known about the symbolism of the Limonium. However, there are several stories about the leaves being used for medicinal purposes. They are said to help with coagulation and stop bleeding. The petals are dainty and sweet to look at, so to us she is a grateful friend: strong, helpful and sweet.
You can find Limonium growing in the wild in the Mediterranean, mainly by the sea. The name Limonium comes from the Green work Leimon, meaning pasture. You can also find the flower under the name Statice or Sea Lavender.