Common Glasswort, scientific name:Salicornia europaea , is an annual grass of the genus Salicornia , Department of Amaranthaceae native to boreal regions such as Europe, Asia and North America. Salicornia and called in Japan, was first found in the salt marshes of akkeshi in Kushiro, etc.. Plants like asparagus with many sections, boiled in Europe, as well as the asparagus stalks and leaves, eaten as a vegetable. That looks like a coral colored autumn branches stems from the dark reddish-purple, also called glassworts (Coral grass). Flowers inconspicuous at all in white grain. Leaves are small membranous tube degenerates.
Common name: Common Glasswort,
scientific name:Salicornia europaea,
also known as: glasswort,
origin: Europe, Asia, In boreal regions of North America the distribution destination: Japan, akkeshi (Kushiro), height: 10-30 cm, stem and branch colors: green-red (fall), ornamental period: September-in October, has a cylindrical stem, stems from opposite number of branches and branch out large sections. Sections and dimple on both sides of a flower by 3. Places of large white flowers, flowers leaves: Flake degeneration, flowers: spikes, flower color: rice, axil, flowering period: August-September, perianth: devolution, the sepals are developed, uses: ornamental, vegetable, eat boiled leaves and stems