Common names winter apple or amulla, endemic to east coast extending from north Queensland to near the border between New South Wales and Victoria in Australia. (wikipedia)
It is a prostrate shrub with lance-shaped leaves and white, rarely deep mauve flowers. Spreading weak stems up to 1 metre long.
Flowering mainly in spring and summer, followed by rounded, fleshy, white to reddish purple fruits.
Sometimes called Myoporum debile. It is suitable as a groundcover as long as the soil is reasonably well-drained. Planted on the sloping verge between the hedge and path.
Tubestock from Kumbartcho December 2019
Propogate from cuttings
using hardened, current season’s growth