20 Graines Gazon Sagine subulée, Sagina subulata
Sagine SUBUTÉ GRAISON, Irish foam, SAGINA SUBULATA |
sagine Sagine Gazon, Sagina Subulata, from 1 to 5 cm, very rustic,
20 seeds - tiny seeds - Medium germination: 70% - 8 days
Sagina Subulata is from the temperate regions of Europe. In the British islands, it is mainly found in Scotland, in the Lake District, in Wales, in the Southwest and the South of England and on the coasts of West Ireland. This perennial plant forming a carpet, easy to neglect when it is not in bloom, is in dry, open, sandy or gravelly places, paths, moors, dry banks and grassy slopes near the sea . In the mountains of Trotternish on Skye, it is found on rocky cornices pushing with Koenigia Islandica. On Mount Brandon in the county of Kerry, Ireland, he pushes up to 700 m (2,300 feet) and at even higher altitudes on Ben Lawers in Perthshire. [dix]
Heath Pearlwort is a prostrate perennial with low growth forming a thick and dense carpet with rods less than 10 cm long and thin sububulated leaves (in the shape of a punch) reaching 1 cm long. The flowers are 4–5 mm in diameter, with five white petals of the same length as the green sepales; They are produced in isolation on erect rods 2–4 cm long. The seeds are smooth, brown, triangular in shape, 0.4–0.5 mm, produced in a capsule 2.5–3 mm long.
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