Tamarix aphylla also known as Tamarisk, Salt Cedar Approximately 50-60 flowering plant varieties in the Tamaricaceae group, original to Eurasia and Africa. These are evergreen or fecestry shrubs or trees up to a height of 1-18 m that form dense thickets, Tamarix aphylla, the largest is an evergreen tree that can grow up to a height of 18 m. They typically grow on salt soils, tolerate up to 15,000 ppm of soluble salt and also can withstand alkaline conditions. Tamarisks have slender branches and lush foliage. The yellow parts of bark are flat and reddish-brown.
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