Frankenia laevis, commonly sea heath, is a low shrub in the family Frankeniaceae. It is native to south-west Europe and Britain and to northwestern Africa, including Macaronesia. It grows on the coast. It is rare in the Britain.
Frankenia laevis is native to the south-west of Europe (the Balearic Islands, Corsica, France, Italy, Portugal, Sardinia, and Spain), Sicily, Great Britain, the Azores, and the west of north Africa (Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia).
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