|Family: Sea-Lavender ( Plumbaginaceae)
Petal Arrangement: The Sea-Lavender flowers are very small and grow in rows along the branches of the plant. The flowers are regular and have 5 petals.
Leaf Arrangement: The leaves of the Sea-Lavender are basal, whole, lance-shaped and untoothed. The stalk of the plant has a thick, strong texture and many branches.
Size, Season, Location: The Sea-Lavender grows between 30-60 cm. (1-2 ft.) tall. It can be found near the ocean or salt marshes along the New England coast. July-October
** Found on Waltham Community Farm, Waltham MA. It was found in late October.
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