Rhipsalis has slender cylindrical jointed stems, which look like samphire.
Sea spleenwort and masses of 113 samphire grew on the cliffs to his right.
A few biscuits, made savory by soaking them in seawater, a tuft of samphire gathered from the beach, and an apple for the dessert.
They got across the sands with their samphire, just as Coomber and Bob were springing ashore.
All this you must understand is told retrospectively as Blandish installs himself in samphire House.
It held but three flowers, samphire, sea-rocket, and sea-heath.
You'll take me, daddy, won't yer—'cos I've picked a lot of samphire—all that, and another basketful up there?
We found the plain very barren as we passed along it, producing nothing but a kind of samphire, and other such marine plants.
Mother said he'd take the samphire by boat to Fellness, and I thought perhaps he'd take me too.
There is a sprinkling of little islets along the shore here, one of which is samphire Isle.