Salicornia virginica (American glasswort, pickleweed) is a halophytic perennial dicot which grows in various zones of intertidal salt marshes and can be found in alkaline flats. It is native to various regions of the Northern Hemisphere including both coasts of North America from Canada to Mexico.
- Common plants of the mid-Atlantic coast: a field guide By Gene M. Silberhorn p. 117
- Phytoremediation: transformation and control of contaminants By Steve C. McCutcheon, Jerald L. Schnoor p. 757
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