Types of Flowers
Caspia is also known as: Statice, Sea Lavender or Limonium. It’s name originates from the Greek word for “meadow”. Caspia symbolizes remembrance. Caspia works well for both fresh and dried arrangements, and is available year round. Caspia prefers more salty soils, and thrives near ocean shores and marshes, hence the name “Sea Lavender”. The papery flowers of Statice come in a wide array of colors, including: blue, violet, white, yellow, apricot, salmon, pink, rose and lavender.
The papery outer layer of the caspia flower is used as a protective layer for the delicate white blooms it produces when flowering. The stems also have a unique wing-like appearance, making them easy to spot in a garden or bouquet.