Low wiry shrubby perennial with prostrate or upright stems to 50 cm. Dark green triangular leaves, maybe powdery when young, and may have red edges but with purplish tinge in colder months. Leaves may have white salt spots on the undersurface. Tiny green or yellow flowers followed by small succulent red berries.
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Triangular or spade-shaped smooth leaves to 4 cm long, about as long as wide, with a blunt tip. Male and female flowers on the one plant.
Perennial. Occurs in dryish, often rocky sites. Used as weed suppressing ground covers for drier areas. Fire retarding.
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Magnoliopsida (Flowering Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia