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.
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Magnoliopsida (Flowering Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia