Exocarpus - Native Cherry


Native Cherry

Other names: Cherry ballart
Family: Santalaceae
Habitat: Woodland on shale and clay soils
Uses: Edible fruits
References: Baker and Corringham, Low, Robinson

Small trees with drooping, leafless stems resembling a she-oak (Casuarina spp.) or cypress pine.

Exocarpus stricta - Native Cherry
Photo: Exocarpus stricta. Mitchell Park, Cattai NSW

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