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ROCK SEA-LAVENDER Limonium binervosum (Plumbaginaceae) Height to 30cm. Hairless perennial of coastal cliffs and rocks; occasionally on stabilised shingle beaches. FLOWERS are 6-7mm long and pinkish lilac; borne in small, well spaced clusters on sprays that branch from below the middle (Jul-Sep). FRUITS are capsules. LEAVES are narrow spoon-shaped with winged stalks. STATUS-Locally common on coasts.
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