An effortlessly beautiful plant, especially in dry coastal gardens. This evergreen “Sea Lavender” forms a rosette of distinctive wavy green lettuce-like leaves to 1’. Come late Spring it produces 8” heads of tiny flowers, with purple sepals and white petals held 2’ above the basal clump of leaves. Perfect for long-lasting flower arrangements - flowers naturally dry and last for many weeks. In the garden, it adds striking beauty to dry garden beds and pairs up nicely with succulents and drought tolerant perennials such as Salvias. Butterflies love the flowers, for both a sunning spot and for nectar. Very durable and can handle a variety of environments. Plant in well-drained soil. Hardy to 25 degrees F. Self-sows.