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Armeria juniperifolia ‘Rosa Stolz’   

Tiny, grass-like tussocks of dark, evergreen foliage bear myriads of pastel lavender, button flowers on 3” stems, late spring to summer and often again in fall. 

    Common Name:Thrift or Seapinks
    Hardiness Zones:3-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained soil.

About Armeria: Armeria is perfect in a rock garden or trough, in the front border or tucked into stonewalls. Its delightful, clump-forming, tufts of grass-like foliage offer up a multitude of globe-shaped flower balls in spring. Salt tolerant, it can be planted along coastlines.