sea lavender

NOUN
  1. any of various plants of the genus Limonium of temperate salt marshes having spikes of white or mauve flowers
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  • The site's extensive salt marshes are dominated by a mixture of saltmarsh cordgrass, salt grass, black needlerush, sea ox-eye, glasswort and sea lavender. North Carolina National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • Sea lavender lay in purple mats on the salt marshes. Times, Sunday Times
  • In salt marshes along the shore and on the sea walls there are now large clumps of sea lavender. Times, Sunday Times
  • In salt marshes along the shore and on the sea walls there are now large clumps of sea lavender. Times, Sunday Times
  • Even a trip to the beach at La Rochelle yielded sightings of sea holly and sea lavender in nearby sand-dunes.
  • It was as if, instead of clipping a photo of sophora, sea lavender, or inkberry to the side of my easel, I had clipped this very photograph. Duma Key
  • In salt marshes along the shore and on the sea walls there are now large clumps of sea lavender. Times, Sunday Times
  • The little purple dots on top of the white sepals in the green circle above are about all that will remain of the Sea Lavender flowers when dried.
  • Low tide exposes many characteristic saltmarsh plants that provide a vegetarian menu, which is equally vital for the birds, including sea arrowgrass, scurvy grass and sea lavender.
  • In salt marshes along the shore and on the sea walls there are now large clumps of sea lavender. Times, Sunday Times
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