Seakale is a great impressive plant that you find especially on rocky beaches. The leaves are very large, blue-tufted and waxed with white cross flower stands. The seeds are in spherical capsules that can float on the water and thus spread. The plant loves salt and in some countries they have tried to cultivate it inland, but without the great success due to lack of salt in the air and ground.
Did you know that:
Seakale can be eaten and the taste resembles cauliflower or broccoli.