Woolly sea-blite is a shrub, hairy to hairless, covered with white blooms, and leaves fleshy. It is only found on the south coast of California, from Santa Barbara County south, the Channel Islands, and south into Baja, California. Woolly Sea-Blite grows directly on the coast in areas with high salt content in the soil, water and air. Alkali Heath likes full sun, and seaside conditions. It can tolerate salt, no drainage, and seasonal flooding.
Suaeda taxifolia tolerates seaside conditions, salt, no drainage and seasonal flooding.
Foliage of Suaeda taxifolia has color gray and is na.
Flower of Suaeda taxifolia has color na.
Communities for Suaeda taxifolia:Coastal Salt Marsh.