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1. Steller's mugwort (Artemisia stelleriana)

Łoboda oszczepowata

A plant from the Asteraceae family grows mainly in the dry temperate climate areas of Europe, Asia and North America. A plant with partially woody, overlapping shoots. It reaches a height of 40 cm. During flowering, one can observe small, yellow flowers gathered in modest flower clusters.

2. Saltgrass ( Puccinellia distans)

Nostrzyk ząbkowany

A plant from the Poaceae grass family that grows mainly in the salt pans of European temperate climates. Saltwater grass, a species originally limited to natural salt pans, now widespread throughout the country along roads and in other saline anthropogenic habitats. It reaches a height of 20 cm to 50 cm.

3. Spear-leaved orache (Atriplex prostrata)

Mannica odstająca

The plant is included in the family of Chenopodiaceae or Amaranthaceae in various classification systems. As a native species, it can be found in Europe, temperate parts of Asia and northern Africa. In Poland, it is quite common in the whole lowlands. The spear-leaved orache has a single and straight stem, up to 120 cm high, which is powdery and hairy. The leaves are variable in shape. The lower ones are javelin-like with gently serrated edges, while the upper ones are lanceolate and full-edge. The flowers grow in clumps that form a spike-shaped inflorescence.

4. Melilot (Melilotus dentatus)

Bylica stellera

A plant from the legume family that comes from Asia and Europe. It is quite rare in Poland. The serrated melilot has a hairy stem in the upper part and a height of up to 150 cm. It also shows elongated, blunt and serrated leaves. One can notice triangularly lanceolate bracts, serrated, and pale yellow papilionaceous plants flowers, 3-3.5 mm long. It grows in salt pans.

5. Mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)

Bylica pospolita

A plant from the Asteraceae family. Its native areas are Europe, a significant part of Asia, as well as Algeria and Tunisia. In Poland, the species is very common in the whole lowland and the foothills. Mugwort is a magnificent perennial, reaching 1.5 m in height. The stems are raised, usually slightly red, with pinnate leaves, dark green on top, and hairy underneath. Tiny yellowish flowers are gathered in small clumps, forming a spiky panicle.

6. Sea aster (Tripolium pannonicum subsp. tripolium)

Aster solny

A subspecies of plants belonging to the Asteraceae family. It comes from Europe. In Poland, it can be found in scattered positions in salt pans in the north-western part of the country. Salt aster has a hairless, stiff, 15-60 cm long stem, which is reddish and quite thick. Torsion leafage, flower clumps, 1-3 cm in diameter, grow in large numbers at the tops of the stems, forming a corymb.

7. Common sea-lavender (Limonium vulgare)

Zatrwian zwyczajny

A plant from the Plumbaginaceae family. Most species occur in the strip from the Canary Islands through the Mediterranean region of Europe and Africa to East Asia (Japan, Taiwan). Usually, it grows up to a height of 10-70 cm, while leaves are single, grouped in a rosette, usually leathery. Five-petal flowers, mostly pink, violet or purple, only in a few species are white or yellow. Gathered in small ears on the branches of the stem.

8. Tatarian sea-lavender (Goniolimon tataricum)

Zatrwia tatarski

A plant from the Plumbaginaceae family. The area of its natural occurrence includes North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia), Asia (Caucasus), eastern and south-eastern Europe. It is grown in many countries of the world as an ornamental plant. Perennial measures up to 40 cm. It produces a lot of small, white-pink flowers gathered in highly branched paniculate inflorescences. Large, blade-shaped leaves form an earthbound rosette.

9. Sea Lavender (Limonium latifolium)

Zatrwian szerokolistny

A plant from the Plumbaginaceae family. The area of its natural occurrence is south-eastern Europe. It copes well with temperature drops and Polish frosts, so one can grow it in the garden without fear that it will freeze. It consists of layers: at the very bottom, there is a dense layer of large, leathery leaves, above there are bare stems, and at the very top, there are very dense inflorescences. Each flower forms a stalk, a panicle composed of large, bell-shaped flowers. The panicles are pyramidal, with several branches at the base, so the abundance of flowering is unbelievable. The beautiful flowers persist throughout the summer period, from June to the end of August.

10. Spergularia marina (Spergularia salina)

Muchotrzew solniskowy

Plant of the Caryophyllaceae family. It is widely distributed throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Its natural occurrence area includes Asia, Europe, North Africa and North America, while the plant has spread elsewhere as well. It is not very common in Poland. Spergularia marina grows on the coast and in salt pans in the heart of the country. The plant has an angular, 20 cm long stem. Ensiform leafage, without awns at the ends.