Sea Lavender

Limonium vulgare (sea lavender), with small flowers in dense spikes, grows in large tracts that sometimes turn acres of ground a lilac colour during the late summer flowering season. These photos were taken around the Blakeney freshers in Norfolk in August. The flowers are often used in dried flower arrangements as the colours do not fade. Click on the photo below for a view of it in situ.

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