Seaberry Saltbush

Rhagodia candolleana Moq.

Sprawling shrub the foliage is semi-succulent and ranging from thin to thick depending on available soil moisture. Leaves are deep green above and paler beneath and are oblong to ovate in shape.

Fruits are pale green ripening through to deep red in late summer to autumn

This saltbush has a bitter edible berry which can be used to make a pink dye

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What habitats does Rhagodia candolleana live in?

Coastal areas

What is the distribution of Rhagodia candolleana?

WA, SA, NSW, Tas

How big does Rhagodia candolleana grow?

Grows up to 4 meters high

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