A rugged but very pretty perennial plant that thrives in well-drained to dry soils, 'Splendens' Armeria, also called Sea Thrift, is adored for her abundant spherical clusters of rosy reddish pink flowers perched atop stiff stems that rise above an attractive, tidy mound of grassy, dark green, evergreen foliage in April to May. Sporadic rebloom may occur during the summer months. The butterflies and beneficial pollinators will thank you for planting this one. A low-maintenance perennial well-suited for dry locations and coastal gardens. Compact and low growing, it's a perfect plant for edging, border fronts, rock gardens, wall pockets and containers or massed in small areas. Get all the details below!