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Limonium sinuatum (L.) Mill.

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Limonium sinuatum (L.) Mill.
Common names: Wavyleaf Sea-Lavender [En], Statice sinuée [Fr], Geflügelter Strandflieder [De], Siempreviva azul, Capitana [Es], Ebedenölmez, Çıtırgı [Tu]

Küçükbahçe, İZMİR ● Turkey

Description: This is a perennial herb growing from a woody rhizome. The oblong, lobed leaves are up to 16 cm long including winged petioles. The inflorescence is a stiff, hairy panicle of flower bunches up to half a meter tall. The flower has blue-lavender sepals and pale yellow to white petals.

Habitat: Sandy places near Mediterranean.

Distribution: Northern Africa (Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia), Western Asia (Cyprus, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey), Southern Europe (Albania, Former Yugoslavia, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain).

References:
Wikipedia, Limonium sinuatum




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