Wineberry (Aristotelia Serrata)
Wineberry is a dioecious tree or shrub with male and female individuals; male and female flowers arise on separate plants, so both sexes are required for the production of red-black berries. Its leaves are broad, rose-coloured leaves and grow 5-12 cm long with a long petiole.
It flowers September to December producing small rose coloured flowers 4mm wide. It develops edible berries which dark red to black and 5mm wide containing 8 seeds. These berries ripen in January to February and are dispersed by birds.
- Suitable for primary planting
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