Seaberry Saltbush

Scientific NameRhagodia candolleana subsp. candolleana
Size and formDense, scrambling shrub 2-4m high and 2-2.5m wide.
Flowers, leaves and fruitSmall white flowers forming an inflorescence occur from September to December. The plant produces many red, flat and edible berry fruits. Leaves are fleshy, shiny, dark green and often broader at the base.
Growing conditionsCan grow in a variety of situations. Suits well-drained soils, full sun and semi shade. Useful for revegetation, soil stabilisation and bird attracting. It can really scramble and get quite large when growing among other trees and shrubs.