Seawheat

Seawheat is a type of saltwater grass that looks much like its land-based relative Wheat. Besides growing underwater, another notable difference is that seawheat grows upside down, hanging from rocks, piers and boats alike.   The Rorians cultivate seawheat underneath their homesteads, and mill the seeds into a flower-like substance.
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