Golden samphire

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Scotch thistle and carline thistle, pistachio and cyclamen leaves, the rock samphire and golden samphire, both of which we discover at Cape Greco, are added to cooking pots and salads in Cyprus.
The bold-leaf launaea and the golden samphire were also found to be effective in combating fungus.
No problem here, as there are actually five estuaries to explore, crammed with exotically-named flora and fauna like the corky-fruited water dropwort and the golden samphire. It's a good idea to take a pocket guide of wild plants so that you can identify them and impress friends.