Coastal Saltbush

 Rhagodia candolleana

Rhagodia candolleana

 
 

Common name

Seaberry salt-bush, [R. baccata]

traditional use

Aborigines reportedly ate the berries, the the berries are very bitter. Early settlers may have cooked the leaves as they are quite tender and succulent (Low, 1991)

part used

Berries and leaves.

seasonality

Leaves all year-round.

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uses

Lightly saute the leaves.