Saltbush is a vernacular plant name that most often refers to Atriplex, a genus of about 250 plants distributed worldwide from subtropical to subarctic regions. Atriplex species are native to Australia, North and South America, and Eurasia. Many Atriplex species are halophytes and are adapted to dry environments with salty soils.
Sarcobatus vermiculatus, native to North America, is a halophyte plant, and is sometimes informally called a saltbush.
Four-winged saltbush (Atriplex canescens)
Chenopodium robertianum berries
Chenopodium nutans berries
Cone-like structures containing the female flowers of Sarcobatus vermiculatus