Shrubby Sea-blite (Suaeda fruticosa)

Related to the Annual Sea-blite and its near neighbour, Shrubby Sea-Blite is a nationally rare plant.

Shrubby Sea-blite grows a little further away from high water, usually in shingle areas.

At first sight it looks a bit like a heather and around Poole Harbour, in particular, you could be forgiven for putting it down as that. However, it is worth noting if you find it as it very localised in south eastern England.

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