||it is native to European seashore areas; it
is widespread on the littorals of almost all Europe, Asia and North America.
||it is a succulent umbelliferous plant; it
is perennial and typical of rocks and cliffs beside the sea; it may be from
30 to 60 centimeters high. The stem is lignified at the base. Compound leaves
formed by linear, fleshy, glaucous, 1.5 centimeters long leaflets, located
on the right and on the left of the common petiole (pinnatesect). Calyx
flowers with five petals are clustered in very small whitish or yellow compound
umbels. They flower from July to September; the fruit is ovoid and made
up of two achenes.
||rocky coasts, cliffs, sand, in zones beside