Annual and perennial herbs with spiny eaves and flowers.
Latin name: Eryngium giganteum
They grow in full sun and do well even in relatively poor and dry soils.
Plant in arrangements in rock gardens and in flowerpots. Suitable for coastal planting.
Typical species are propagated by seeds. Cultivars are propagated by division.
Herbaceous perennial, grown as an annual plant, with grayish leaves and light blue flowers in summer.