Coastal native with deep green foliage, cherry-like white blossoms, and medicinal and edible fruit.
Upright habit, branching, and rounded.
Nectar source for a variety of native insects
Edible fruit attracts birds, used in wines and jams.
Very tolerant of poor soil, drought tolerant. Takes the worst of soils.
Blooms late April – mid-May
Prefers full sun
Grows naturally in sandy dunes