Trailing light green groundcover to 1 m diameter and climbing to 1 m with vine-like branches. Leaves semi-succulent, often arrowhead-shaped to 25 mm long, sometimes powdery when young. Tiny green, ball-shaped flowers are followed by succulent red or yellow berries.
|Former Scientific Name||
Rhagodia nutans, Rhagodia nutans ssp. linifolia
Leaves narrow triangular or arrowhead-shaped, longer than they are wide, with pointed tip, and mealy when young.
Perennial. Occurs in dryish, often rocky sites. Often persists in disturbed sites after other native species gone.
Source: Atlas of Living Australia