Salsola komarovii is
an annual herb occurring in sandy soil on seashores, with stems
branching well and expanding to grow to 10-40 cm in height. Leaves
are fleshy, 1-3cm long, slender, and cylindrical, with tips pointed
in an acicular way. Flowers generally singly attach axils with two
bractlets. Perianth lobes are thin, however, after flower, they
become stiff, and the upper portions bend inside at the right angle
to envelop utricles. Bloom time: July-October.