It may be found on coastal foredunes, rock crevi ces in cliffs, base of cliffs and salt marshes. Living on first line dunes facing the Great Southern Ocean it is salt hardy, frost and drought resistant.
Chenopodium baccatum syn Rhagodia baccata. Coastal or Berry Saltbush. This plant is not on the Australian Noxious Weed List. A native of coastal Western Australia ranging from Geraldton south to Cape Leeuwin and then east on the south coast as far as Cape Arid, there also disjunct populations occurring north to North West Cape and well inland near Wiluna.
This small plant grows 20cm high and is suitable for rockeries, borders, pots or that really small spot where nothing else will fit. SWAN RIVER DAISY MIX. This is one of those perennial plants you can relax and forget and it will still perform for you.
Atriplex hortensis rubra. It is salt tolerant, will withstand temperatures to USDA Zone 6 and will provide you with a tasty, bright salad leaf all year round. Considered easy to grow, it is best to sow them into prepared, sunny, well drained garden beds and cover them with 2 mm of soil.