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Plant Form: Climbing herb.
Size: Up to 3 m tall.
Stem: Wiry, green, branching frequently.
Leaves: Reduced, scale-like, their function replaced by flattened stems 5-15 mm long, curved and oval-shaped.
Flowers: 6-petaled, white, solitary or few per cluster. On stalks 3-8 mm long.
Fruit and Seeds: Red, spherical berry, 5-19 mm diameter.
Habitat: Open coastal woodland, also orchards and roadsides.
Distinguishing Features: Leaves can have similar appearance to native Wombat berry (Eustrephus latifolius), but Bridal creeper has berry-like red fruit.