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Eryngium maritimum (sea holly)

sea holly

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Minimises evapotranspiration by having a thick waxy cuticle.

Large, spreading root system maximises water uptake and provides anchorage against strong wind.

Taproots can store water.

Sand burial stimulates growth.





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