Threlkeldia diffusa

Coast Bonefruit

Size

0.4m

Flower Colour

green

Flowering Dates

October, November

Best Seasons

winter, spring


Description

Commonly known as Coast Bonefruit, Threlkeldia diffusa grows naturally on the coast in pure sand or limestone. It generally forms a ground-covering prostrate mat that can help to suppress weeds, but is also a fantastic soil binder for embankments. The flowers are almost indiscernible and followed by tiny black or red fruits in late spring to early summer.

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