5 years to reach maturity
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Alpine Sea Holly Overview
This species is a rosette perennial with silver to bluish-purple, frilled large flowers which are excellent cut flowers. The upper part of the stem may turn a deep blue.
How to propagate Alpine Sea Holly
Propagate species from fresh seed; selected forms by root cuttings in winter.
Division in spring.
Other uses of Alpine Sea Holly
Walls, rock garden, border, wildflower/meadow, dried arrangements. Summer interest. Suitable for coastal conditions.