Eryngium

NOUN
  1. large genus of decorative plants with thistlelike flower heads; cosmopolitan in distribution
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  • Self-seeders such as eryngium and nigella colonise the gravel paths. Times, Sunday Times
  • While eryngium are wonderfully trouble-free in dry, chalky or sandy soil, they suffer in heavy ground. Times, Sunday Times
  • Melica altissima, and umbels such as bupleurum, fennel, anthriscus, selinum, eryngium and astrantia can be cut and collected whole. Life and style | guardian.co.uk
  • A good number of umbellifers are stable perennials and I use astrantia and eryngium on a regular basis, but Molopospermum peloponnesiacum is a new favourite. Jolly brollies
  • Despite its name, Eryngium Blue from DT Brown is not a sea holly but a bright-blue datura or jimson weed.
  • Spray artichokes, cynara carduncularus, achillea, lavender, hydrangea, acanthus and eryngiums with snow, glitter or metallic paints available from DIY shops.
  • The eryngiums go first, then the belamcandas, overlapping are the heleniums, with the stipa going 24/7. Helen’s Flower « Fairegarden
  • In the herbaceous border they don't seem to care for eryngiums, paeonies, iris or kniphofias.
  • One of my first choices is a new kind of eryngium, or Sea Holly.
  • Take root cuttings of oriental poppies and eryngiums and put in pots of sandy soil in the cold frame.
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