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Salicornia quinqueflora is commonly known as Beaded Samphire. It is a species of succulent halophytic coastal shrub that grows no higher than approximately 0.5 metres and occurs in saline soils around swamps, estuaries and salt lakes. Flowering occurs in summer. Can tolerate shade.
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