June 21, 2016


Sea Holly is also known as Eryngium

You know that old saying about plants — “thrives on neglect”? It must have been created for sea holly. It reminds me of a thistle in my moms strawberry patch…it does best in poor soil with little water and baked conditions! But I like it because it has striking flowers, an interesting prickly texture too. I have added them to my arrangements in flower shows. They are different. I include them on the 4th of July as fireworks in my bouquets. Let your imagination run wild. 🙂

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