Erect to spreading perennial, fleshy, jointed stems, with scalelike leaves, from creeping rootstocks, insignificant flowers, an inhabitant of alkaline sinks and coastal salt marshes. Found in SAn Francisco Bay, the central and south coast of California, Channel Islands, the SAn Joaquin VAlley, the Mojave and Sonora deserts, northern Mexico. Major component of salt marshes and alkali sinks.
Salicornia subterminale tolerates seaside conditions, salt and seasonal flooding.
Salicornia subterminale is great for a butterfly garden.
Foliage of Salicornia subterminale is na.
Flower of Salicornia subterminale has color na.
Communities for Salicornia subterminale:Alkali Sink and Coastal Salt Marsh.