Limonium tetragonum is
a biennial herb inhabiting sandy soil at the seashores. Leaves are
thick, long-oblong-like spoon-shaped, tapering off to the bases,
spread out in a rosette way. A few flower stalks emerge from the
center of the rosette-like masses, making an excellent branching on
the way, and bear panicle-like inflorescences with yellow flowers.
The corollas, yellow, are deeply cleft in 5 segments. Sepals are
tubular and white. Bloom time: September-November.