Armeria maritima

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tufted thrift of seacoasts and mountains of north temperate zone

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- The displacement of about 89 feet thrift Haller (based on a survey conducted in June 2012), Armeria maritima subsp halleri
Armeria maritima native to coastal areas around the world.
The dunes, mudflats and saltmarshes of the reserve support a wide range of plants and invertebrates and flowers found on the island include herb-robert (Geranium robertianum), bird's-foot trefoil (Lotus corniculatus), thrift (Armeria maritima), bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) and yellow-horned poppies (Glaucium flavum).
Roedd 'na sioe wych o'r glustog Fair (Armeria maritima; thrift) yn un carped o binc trwchus yn disgyn yn gawodydd i lawr y creigiau, a glonnod byw yn picio i mewn ag allan o'r blodau wrth chwilio am neithdar.
SEA THRIFT (Armeria maritima) is a native sea plant, but the improved variety Splendens is best for gardens.
Eryngium maritimum (sea holly) and Armeria maritima (sea thrift) planted along the way gives a feel of having always been there.
Elfin thyme makes up most of the green "mortar," but Smith tucked in a few surprises as well, such as blue-eyed grass, lemon thyme, and sea pink (Armeria maritima) as "purposeful accidents" to make the grid seem less controlled.
Roedd clustog Fair (Armeria maritima) yn blodeuo a'r amranwen arfor (Tripleurospermum maritimum).
Officials at English Nature are refusing to chop down the abundant crop of tall thrift armeria maritima elongata in the graveyard.
Rock plants: Armeria maritima, aubrieta, dianthus alpinus, phlox subulata, stachys, osteospermum jucundum, erigeron karvinskianus, Iris pumila.
Behind, Veronica liwanensis forms mounds of lavender-blue flowers next to the white, drumstick-shaped flowers of Armeria maritima 'Alba'.
Thrift (armeria maritima) is a quality always associated with us in Cardiganshire, but I see it's now infecting Pembrokeshire too.
Pembrokeshire Thrift (armeria maritima) which covers the cliffs in May.
Among them: Armeria maritima, with globular pink flowers; Artemisia 'Powis Castle', with silvery foliage; purple bearded iris; lavender (Lavandula dentata, L.
'Tiny Rubies' dianthus and rose pink thrift (Armeria maritima) brighten sunny parts of the garden.