A shrub of white berry
Family: Phyllanthaceae (Also placed in Euphorbiaceae)
White berry is a plant native to Cape York Peninsula, of Australia. It bears small white coloured edible fruits. This is one of several species identified for planting as garden plants or revegetation.
A small spreading shrub, 1-4 metres high, often deciduous during dry season..
Flowers small, green cream.
Fruits small fleshy round berries, quite attractive, white, edible.
White berry fruits
The fruits are edible. The berries are also
attractive to some birds. Bearing is very profuse.
Fruit bearing in white berry
This plant is suitable for planting in gardens because of its attractive appearance, especially during the fruiting season. It is a very tough plant and can grow even under harsh conditions.