Limonium-Caspia is a flower that is often used as a floral filler in flower arrangements. It is often dried and colored many different colors. It’s natural colors are pale blue to lilac. Caspia is also known as Sea Lavender, although it is not related to lavender. Caspia is often used in conjunction with Baby’s Breath and Mistly flowers to add depth and motion to bouquets and floral arrangements. Dried and preserved Caspia is often used in crafts and decorations.
Here are some pictures of Caspia.
This is what Limonium-Caspia looks like.
The Caspia above has more bluish blooms, whereas the Caspia blooms below are more of a lilac color.
Caspia is often sold in bulk at wholesale prices and used for crafts.
Caspia looks awesome in teal wedding themed decorations and flower arrangements.
Caspia looks great in its natural color as well as dyed other colors. It makes a great filler for most any bouquet.
Here’s a beautiful white Caspia and white Lily bouquet.
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Blue Lace Flowers, also known as Didiscus Caerulea, are sky blue colored flowers that bloom in a pretty round shape. Blue Lace flowers have long stems and look great in bouquets. Blue lace flowers are excellent for attracting pollinating insects to your flower garden. These flowers are similar to Queen Anne’s Lace flowers. Each individual flower head has a tiny star shape. These flowers can grow as tall as 30 inches in height. They look great in Summer flower beds and they even have a light, sweet fragrance.
Here are some pictures of Blue Lace Flowers.
Here’s a close up of a Blue Lace Flower in bloom.
Here are some blue lace flowers growing in a flower bed alongside a driveway.
Here are some blue lace flowers growing in a field.
Here’s a photo of a whole bunch of blue lace flowers in bloom.
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