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Plant Form Perennial rosette herb. Size Up to 25 cm tall. Stem Flowering stalks above rosette very slender and branching. Leaves Dense clusters of circular green to red leaves, spiraling to form rosette that's cushion like. Flowers Pink or purple tube shaped, arranged along stems, forming clusters. Fruit and Seeds Spreads by seed or vegetatively. Tiny seeds in membranous structures. Habitat Coastal headlands, heath, marshes, dunes, gravel. Distinguishing Features Leaves generally have wider ends than Sea lavender (Limonium companyonis), although that species will hybridize with Rock sea lavender (L binervosum). Impacts Dominates and alters coastal ground vegetation.