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Plant Form: Perennial climber.
Size: Up to 3 m long.
Stem: Wiry. Short, green shoots form pseudo-leaves (cladodes) replacing true leaves.
Leaves: Reduced, scale-like, replaced by cladodes 3-20 mm long, greyish-green, in groups of three.
Flowers: Solitary or in pairs, greenish to white, with six petal-like tepals, with stalks 5-11 mm long.
Fruit and Seeds: Whitish or blue-grey, spherical to egg-shaped berries with 2-14 seeds.
Habitat: Bushland, woodlands, streams, roadsides, coastal habitats.
Distinguishing Features: Similar to other Asparagus species but has cladodes grouped in threes, and distinctive whitish to blue-grey coloured berries.