Home; Inula crithmoides. Inula crithmoides. Summary; Photos; Maps; Habitats; Life Form; Distribution; Conservation Status; Other Accounts; References. Inula crithmoides L., a common halophyte from the coast of Lebanon was evaluated for use in saline agriculture. The plant is traditionally consumed in Lebanon. Learn more about the Golden samphire – with amazing Golden samphire photos and facts on Arkive.

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Note that ray florets do not have stamens around their style.

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Terms of Use – The displayed portlet may be used as a link from criyhmoides website to Arkive’s online content for private, scientific, conservation or educational purposes only. Young leaves – raw or cooked[61,]. The fleshy leaves and young shoots are pickled and used as a relish in salads etc[2, 66,]. Leaves are numerous and often seen curved upright to take a vertically erect position. On sea-cliffs it grows on ledges, in crevices and in open turf on calcareous or base-rich rocks, where it is often rooted in soil enriched with calcareous shell sand.

Upright, vertically straight up well clear off the ground.

Glabrous, fleshy and have a linear shape and with a tendency of having a slightly broadened upper part. The second is on the upper marsh at about the drift line where the soil is highly organic and here I. Link to interactive map.


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LMBCR Photo of composite flower with strap-shaped ‘petals’ ray-florets each having their tips with 3 minute teeth. Results indicate that abundance and density of I. If you are able to help please contact: Propagation from seed is done by sowing in spring or crthmoides in a cold frame. Ray petals around disc florets: One can also note small sub-branches with flowers growing up from the the branch.

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Help us share the wonders of the natural world. You will receive a range of benefits including: This species is featured in: Being a semi- succulent plant, Inula crithmoides grows well in the arid conditions of Summer knula Malta and can withstand salt halophyte. Plants For A Future can not take any responsibility for any adverse effects from the use of plants.

The radiating achenes are attached to a common receptacle and when mature they detach and get dispersed by wind. They are cylindrical niula also flattenedglabrous and have an entire outline, although sometimes they have 3 small teeth at their tip.

Buy Seeds and Docs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Team Inulaa, an elite squadron of science superheroes, needs your help! It can grow in semi-shade light woodland or no shade.

The first is in low marsh areas developed on coarse sands, where it is associated with Atriplex portulacoides, Limonium vulgare, Puccinellia maritima and Salicornia europaeacrithmiodes occasionally Frankenia laevis and Sarcocornia perennis. Section of this page where you found an error select one.


The flower consists of a cylindrical to semi-spherical involucre about 6mm long made of several, tiny, flap-like structures called phyllaries.

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Field observationsMalloch, A. The bristles of the pappus are simple unbranched and about mm long. The relative importance of I.

Inula crithmoides – L. If you have sufficient seed, it is worthwhile trying a sowing in situ in the spring or the autumn.

If sufficient seed is available, it is worthwhile trying a sowing in situ in the spring or the autumn. Even primary flowers are generally quite small bearing about petals, while on observing photos of flowers of specimens from other parts of Europe Italy Spain and UK flowers are larger with more than 30 ray-florets petals and more disk florets.

The saltmarsh occurrences are mainly restricted to the Solent, West Inuls, the Thames estuary and Essex, whereas the cliff populations are found in Kent and Purbeck westwards. In both these latter cases the soils are shallow and developed on chalk or limestone.