On the dry salt marsh here is scarce any other plant than salicornia herbacea.
The alkaline residuum of the combustion of salsola, salicornia, chenopodium, and other species of the order Chenopodiace.
Our last example of the sea-side chenopods is the Glass Wort (salicornia), which thrives in salt marshes.
It was well grassed, but its sandy patches were covered with salicornia.
Towards this Royleoid occurs but sparingly, and the first change takes place in the abundance of salicornia or Kochia.
As we entered into the plains, Binoe's Trichinium and salicornia re-appeared.
Salsola and salicornia are also very abundant, and show the saline nature of the soil.
At a flood depth of one foot, the salicornia dies and is succeeded by various sand plants.
The jointed glasswort salicornia is here meant, not the true sampire, the crithmum maritimum.
salicornia, sal-i-kor′ni-a, n. a genus of apetalous plants—the glass-wort, marsh-samphire.