SHRUBBY GLASSWORT FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
Shrubby Glasswort is an upright or spreading coastal shrub growing to about two metres in height. The branches are brown with succulent branchlets made up of green segments that grow up to about 1 cm in length. The flowers are very small and white with bracts and produced on the end segments of the stems. The seeds are elliptical. The plant has also been known as Salicornia arbuscula, Arthrocnemum arbuscula, Sclerostegia arbuscula.
0.3m - 2m
found in coastal wetlands, estuaries, coastal headlands
Tecticornia arbuscula is found in New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania and southern Western Australia.
|Common Name:||Shrubby Glasswort|
Relatives in same Genus