The sea lavender or papierblom in Afrikaans (paper flower), Limonium peregrinum, is an evergreen hardy shrublet with pink flowers. This is the largest of the sea lavender plants of the Western Cape. It grows along the west coast from the Peninsula to around Clanwilliam. The plants form clumps and reach a height of 1 m. Leaves are long, obovate and rough in texture. Leaves are bunched towards the stem tips and clasp the stems. Flat toped sprays of rose pink flowers remain for much of the summer. Limonium species are mostly found around the Mediterranean (www.plantzafrica.com; www.lambley.com.au).