Limonium sinuatum is also known as Wavyleaf Sea Lavender, Statice, Sea Lavender, Notch Leaf Marsh Rosemary, Sear Lavender, or Sea Pink. It is part of the Plumbaginaceae family of plants. Limonium sinuatum is a short-lived perennial and is usually planted as an annual. It is probably one of the most popular dried flowers. Limonium sinuatum is native to Northern Africa, Europe, and Western Asia.
It has pinnate, lance-shaped, and lobed leaves, but the plant forms a rosette of larger oval leaves. The flowers are produced in the summer on tall stems, sometimes 28in or 70cm in height. The small flowers show on paper-like clusters that come in violet, pink, yellow, or white. The flowers dry out on the plant and continue to add a lot of color to the landscape and they are also used in flower arrangements both fresh and dried.
Plant Limonium sinuatum in moist but well-drained soil in the sun. It becomes drought tolerant once established. Limonium sinuatum can grow to 60cm or 2ft. It attracts bees and butterflies. It is generally disease-free and pest-free, but watch out for crown and root rot. It is also deer-resistant. Propagate by seed which germinates in about three weeks.