Scientific Name: Rhagodia candolleana subsp. candolleana
Description: Seaberry Saltbush has a dense, scrambling growth habit, allowing it to reach great heights when growing through the surrounding vegetation. The male and female flowers of Seaberry Saltbush are borne on separate plants. The inconspicuous sprays of whitish flowers are followed by bright red berries that are food for many birds. The leaves and fruit are a traditional food source for the Wadawurrung.
Plant form: Shrubs
Where to find: Across the entire Bluff, Moonah Woodland
Foliage: Semi-succulent, dark-green leaves with varying sizes and shapes
Flower: Tiny, nondescript flowers in pyramid shaped clusters
Flowering: September – December