Lovely flowers with shades of apricot, coral, blushed yellow, orange and pink makes a wonderful dry flower too.
This is an easy to grow and productive cut flower on long upright stems, bringing joy in the garden patch as blooming over long period of time. Statice is often grown for drying since the pretty papery flowers keep their colours well.
This mix has warm tones of rose, apricot, peach, creamy oranges and lemons. It’s been a delight growing these and adding them to our flower bouquets.
Statice tips: Start seeds indoors 6-8 weeks before the last frost date of your area. Sow seeds 5mm deep, and keep soil moist, either in modules or seed trays to be pricked out. Transplant out when all danger of frost has passed.