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Euclea undulata

Euclea undulata


Large evergreen bushy perennial shrub or small tree, often as wide as tall. Branches bear closely packed leaves, often reaching ground-level. Specimens look like mounds in the landscape. Leaves are opposite or in whorls and usually wavy or almost flat. Cream flowers from December to May. Edible red (almost black when ripe) fruit appears from February.

Distribution in the Hex

Robertson Karoo near Osplaas Railway Station and Renosterveld vegetation types in the upper valley.