Maybe the name means nothing to you, but you may remember the Limonium as a dried flower from the ‘80’s. Nowadays this summer flower is back in fashion and fits perfectly with a vintage way of life.
Colours and shapes
The summery Limonium is available in white, blue and sometimes yellow, lilac, purple, pink and bi-coloured. You also can get lovely branched varieties with misty looking branches, full of small flowers in grey, blue or lilac shades.
Unfortunately, little is known about the symbolism of the Limonium as a flower. However, there are several stories about her leaves: they would have a medicinal effect and stop running blood. The petals are more for the sweet look. For us she is therefore a grateful friend: strong, helpful and sweet.
You can find Limonium in the wild in the Mediterranean region. The name Limonium comes from Leimon (Greek) and means pasture. The plant grows mainly by the sea, so in a salty pasture. You can also find the flower under the name Statice or Sea Lavender.