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  • Armeria maritima 'Victor Reiter' 4 Inch
  • Armeria maritima 'Victor Reiter' 4 Inch

Armeria maritima 'Victor Reiter' 4 Inch

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Guaranteed to make you smile when these cute-as-a-button pink flowers appear in early spring. Even better, it's a low-maintenance plant!

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Named after a renowned 1930s California horiculturalist, 'Victor Reiter' Sea Thrift is a surprisingly tough perennial, native to North America from California all the way up to Alaska. This armeria thrives in less than ideal soils and can handle coastal conditions with ease, forming dense mounds of grass-like leaves that stay green year-round. Well-draining soil is key, and once established, 'Victor Reiter' Sea Thrift is drought tolerant, growing four inches tall and slowly spreading from eight to 12 inches. Blooms start in the spring and into early summer, with random flowers appearing at other times of the year. Deadheading may encourage additional blooms. This is an excellent choice for xeriscapes, rock gardens, container planters, borders, and hanging baskets. 


Common Name Sea Thrift
Mature Size 4" tall, 8" - 12" wide
Growth Rate Slow
Cold Hardiness -30 ° F
Characteristics Evergreen perennial, drought-tolerant once established, deer-resistant
Light Sun to partial sun
Structure Low growing mound
Bloom Color Pink
Bloom Time Early spring to summer
Uses Xeriscapes, rock gardens, coastal gardens, container planters, borders, hanging baskets
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