reaches 10 to 20 meters
Wooden Kelp is found mostly along the Northern coasts of the Crescent Sea
. It lives in relatively shallow waters such as bays, estuaries, and close to the shores. The topmost leaves generally reach the water surface, looking like a form of underwater canopy.
The plant reproduces through spores, that are synchronously emitted by all individuals in a specific region.
The spores are used medicinally as salves. The kelp in itself can be dried, and is used to produce textile, or solid ropes.