It is smooth and richly branched… Full Record. The plant is aromatic when crushed and its stems, flowers and leaves are used in pickles. Rock Samphire, Samphire, Sea Fennel. Meerfenchel in German Rock Samphire in English Stranddild in Danish fenouil marin in French fenouil marin in French funcho-do-mar in Portuguese hinojo marino in Spanish rock samphire in English rock … Crithmum maritimum is an edible, perennial, succulent plant up to 1 foot (30 cm) tall. Crithmum This name is unresolved .

Common name: Rock Samphire, Sea Fennel Local name: Deniz Teresi Country: Turkey Food Group(s): Leafy vegetable.

Synonyms. 1: 246 1753 .

Crithmum maritimum. The species has no common names No synonyms available. Stems solid, sometimes woody towards the base.

The plant is aromatic when crushed and its stems, flowers and leaves are used in pickles.

Part of plant/stage of process: plant, leaves, raw A low-lying, hairless perennial, this succulent grows to 50cm in height on rocky shores and beaches. Crithmum maritimum L. Common Names. Hypernyms (species): Apiaceae - family; Apioideae - subfamily; Pyramidoptereae - tribe; Crithmum - genus; References . Common name: samphire.

It is in flower from June to August, and the seeds ripen from August to October.

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An Crithmum maritimum in nahilalakip ha genus nga Crithmum , ngan familia nga Apiaceae . Scientific Classification. In German, this plant is also given a name equivalent to sea-fennel: Meerfenchel. Crithmum maritimum L., Sp. Name parser Sequence ID ... Crithmum species Crithmum maritimum ... Crithmum canariense Cav. Samphire, Rock Samphire, Sea Fennel Seeds (Crithmum maritimum) Price for a package of 10 seeds. Other resources. Family: Apiaceae Genus: Crithmum.

1: 246 (1753). Homonyms Crithmum maritimum L. Common names Meerfenchel in German Meerfenchel in language. Common name: Rock Samphire, Sea Fennel Local name: Deniz Teresi Country: Turkey Food Group(s): Leafy vegetable. Crithmum maritimum 20080801 130816 Getxo 43p3589N 3p0077W r.jpg 1,296 × 972; 859 KB Crithmum maritimum c.JPG 1,632 × 1,224; 847 KB Crithmum maritimum Cap Negret.jpg 2,262 × 3,510; 1.2 MB

Crithmum maritimum L. APNI* Description: Erect to decumbent perennial fleshy herb to 50 cm high, glabrous, sometimes glaucous.

maritimum, pertaining to the sea. The plant is self-fertile.

Pl. Cachrys maritima, Crithmum canariense. An Crithmum maritimum in uska species han Magnoliopsida nga ginhulagway ni Carl von Linné. Crithmum maritimum n. A taxonomic species within the family Apiaceae – rock samphire or sea fennel, native to temperate seacoasts of Europe.

The record derives from Tropicos (data supplied on 2012-04-18 ) which does not establish this name either as an accepted name or as a synonym (record 1702306 ) with original publication details: Sp. BHL POWO . Crithmum maritimum (Rock Samphire) is an edible, perennial, succulent plant up to 1 feet (30 cm) tall. Derivation of the botanical name: Crithmum, Greek, krithe, barley; refers to the ribbed, ovate seeds. Leaves 1–2-pinnate, 3–7 cm long; segments fleshy linear-oblanceolate, sub-terete, 3–5 mm wide, margins entire; petiole to 5 cm long.

Crithmum maritimum is a PERENNIAL growing to 0.3 m (1ft) by 0.3 m (1ft in). Part of plant/stage of process: plant, leaves, raw A low-lying, hairless perennial, this succulent grows to 50cm in height on rocky shores and beaches. Check other web resources for Crithmum maritimum L. : Flora Europaea: Database of European Plants (ESFEDS) PLANTS: USDA-NRCS Database of Plants of the United States and its Territories ; BONAP North American Plant Atlas of the Biota of North America Program: TROPICOS: Nomenclatural and Specimen Database of the Missouri Botanical Garden Samphire, Rock samphire, St Peter's herb, is derived from the French sampiere, "Saint Pierre".Samphire - the word is a corruption of St. Peter, the patron saint of fishermen because all the plants grow in rocky salt-sprayed regions along the sea coast.

It is hardy to zone (UK) 6. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs) and is pollinated by Insects. Other Common Names: Samphire, sea samphire, sea fennel, rock fennel, crest marine, hinojomarino (Spanish), fenouil de mer (French), Meerfenchel (German), søfennikel (Danish), sanktpeterskjerm (Norwegian), saltmärke (Swedish). Scientific Name.

Occasionally we find the name SEA FENNEL given to a plant which is far more familiar under the name of SAMPHIRE, and which also belongs to the great order of umbelliferous plants, though not to the same genus as the fennel. Crithmum maritimum on Wikipedia.

IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID) urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:840827-1 Publication Species Plantarum Collation 1: 246 Date of Publication 1 May 1753 Family as entered in IPNI Apiaceae Original Data Remarks Europ Links Same citation as Crithmum maritimum L., Species Plantarum (1753). Pl. Description. Wikipedia ; Crithmum maritimum on Wikispecies.

Crithmum maritimum.