English grass is a very salt-tolerant plant that blooms from May to September, but especially May-June . It grows in the dunes. The pink flower has nothing to do with England, but the name is believed to come from the plant’s launch for horticulture. The plant has cherry-like flowers and has the best live conditions in full sun, where it is often visited by butterflies.
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English grass is fine for wreaths and drying as it keeps the color good.