Atriplex

 

Atriplex are annuals, perennials or shrubs. The ones used in landscaping are shubs coming from the Americas, or from Australia. They have a grey-green foliage, and are xeriscape plants. Many are extremely salt resistant and are a useful resource on the coast line.

Species and varieties
Atriplex canescens (Four-Wing Saltbush, Chamisa, Cenizo)
Atriplex griffithsii (Griffith's saltbush)
Atriplex hymenelytra (Desert Holly)
Atriplex lentiformis (Quail Bush)
Atriplex lentiformis ssp. breweri (Brewer's Saltbrush, Quail Brush)
Atriplex nummularia (Old Man Saltbush, Giant Saltbush)
Atriplex semibaccata (Australian Saltbush, Creeping Saltbush)
Atriplex alba synonym of Chenopodium album (Lambsquarters, Goosefoot, Wild Spinach)
Atriplex breweri synonym of Atriplex lentiformis ssp. breweri (Brewer's Saltbrush, Quail Brush)
Atriplex lentiformis var. griffithsii synonym of Atriplex griffithsii (Griffith's saltbush)
Atriplex torreyi var. griffithsii synonym of Atriplex griffithsii (Griffith's saltbush)
Atriplex viridis synonym of Chenopodium album (Lambsquarters, Goosefoot, Wild Spinach)

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