Samphire



noun
1.
a European succulent plant, Crithmum maritimum, of the parsley family, having compound leaves and small, whitish flowers, growing in clefts of rock near the sea.
2.
glasswort.
noun
1.
Also called rock samphire. an umbelliferous plant, Crithmum maritimum, of Eurasian coasts, having fleshy divided leaves and clusters of small greenish-white flowers
2.
golden samphire, a Eurasian coastal plant, Inula crithmoides, with fleshy leaves and yellow flower heads: family Asteraceae (composites)
3.
another name for glasswort (sense 1)
4.
any of several other plants of coastal areas

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