Coast Beard-heath

Scientific NameLeucopogon parviflorus
Size and formA dense, twisting, shrub or small tree 1-5m high and 2-3m wide.
Flowers, leaves and fruitSmall white, bearded flowers occur in terminal clusters from September to November. The fruit is a fleshy and white drupe eaten by birds.
Growing conditionsSuitable for planting on dunes, sandstone, limestone and well-drained soils in coastal areas. It prefers a full-sun, part-shade position.