Scientific Name: Threlkeldia diffusa
Description: Coast Bonefruit is a spreading, succulent, perennial herb, forming mats around the base of shrubs. The fruits are succulent, hard and often reddish. This mat-forming plant is an important undershrub around the Bluff. The tiny, hidden fruits occur throughout most of the year.
Plant form: Ground covers
Where to find: Across the entire Bluff
Foliage: Narrow, nearly cylindrical grey-green leaves to 15mm long
Flower: The tiny tubular flowers appear singly in the axils of the leaves
Flowering: May – November