|Pomaderris paniculosa subsp. paralia
|Size and form
|An attractive, soft, rusty-tinged shrub 1-2m high and 1-2m wide.
|Flowers, leaves and fruit
|The terminal inflorescence of small green-cream flowers is covered with rusty or grey hairs. Flowers occur from October to November. Leaves are ovate and discolourous. The upper surface is smooth and dark green. The lower surface is grey and covered with rusty hairs.
|Occurs along coastlines and coastal cliffs. Suitable for well-drained sandy soils in full sun or part shade. Tolerates salt spray and limestone.