Beaded Samphire

Salicornia quinqueflora Bunge ex Ungern-Sternberg, 1866

It is a species of perennial succulent halophytic coastal shrub and grow in a mat form along the ground. The stems are jointed and fleshy when young, but they dry out and appear woody when ageing

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What habitats does Salicornia quinqueflora live in?

Occurs in saline soils around swamps, estuaries and salt lakes

What is the distribution of Salicornia quinqueflora?

Most costal areas of Australia

How big does Salicornia quinqueflora grow?

No higher than approximately 0.5 metres

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