Dicaffeoylquinic acid derivatives and flavonoid glucosides from glasswort
(Salicornia Herbacea L.
stems had no epiphytic hydroid and only hydrocauli fragments were present on the macrophyte.
10%), Beaded Glasswort
, Creeping Brookweed, Water-buttons and young Rounded Noon-flower.
Piping Plovers (Charadrius melodus), Snowy Plovers (Charadrius alexandrinus) and other small Charadrius plovers were uncommon, occurring mainly on high mudflats and algal flats before these were covered with glasswort
As far up as Cap aux Oyes, sixty or seventy miles below Quebec, Kalm found a great part of the plants near the shore to be marine, as glasswort
(Salicornia), seaside pease (Pisum maritimum), sea-milkwort (Glaux), beach-grass (Psamma arenarium), seaside plantain (Plantago maritima), the sea-rocket (Bunias cakile), etc.
The lowest and most frequently inundated zones are dominated by Beaded Glasswort
Pomologists describe Rubus cultivars as glasswort
Samphire has emerald-green knobbly stems, sometimes known as sea fennel, poor man's asparagus or glasswort
from when it was used in the glassmaking industry.
The young stalks of a plant that grows on rocks at the ocean's edge, also known as samphire or glasswort
Sometimes referred to as sea asparagus, but more accurately called glasswort
, samphire is found on coastlines and is mainly harvested, in the UK, from the mud flats of East Anglia from June to September.
The flora consists of only a few species, mainly chenopods, such as saltwort (Salsola), seablite and purslane (Suaeda, Halimione), and glasswort
High-marsh soils commonly become hypersaline, in which case saltwort, Batis maritima, saltgrass, Distichlis spicata, and glasswort
, Salicornia virginica, are present in the understory or as monospecific stands.