Billardiera mutabilis, common name common apple berry, is a creeping climber with reddish-brown stems and dull green leaves to 8 cm long with wavy margins. New growth and leaves are often downy. The pendulous flowers are yellow-green and bell shaped, with the petals recurved at the base; flowering mainly from September to January. The green fleshy berries are usually smooth and although edible when soft and translucent, are astringent to taste.
Significance to the Ganai community.
Common apple berry was know as DARURIN, which means fruit. The berries are sweet and edible when ripe.
244.00 Location Many specimens form part of the Tarwin River bank restoration plantings.