Billardiera floribunda White-flowered Billardiera family: PITTOSPORACEAE artist: Edgar Dell (1901-... A small, deciduous climbing plant. Sessile leaves, linear with entire margins, 0.3 cm wide and up to... A small, deciduous climbing plant. Sessile leaves, linear with entire margins, 0.3 cm wide and up to... Billardiera scandens : is known as the Apple Dumpling or Apple Berry . These names refer to the... Auf seinen ausgedehnten Wanderungen (vornehmlich auf Bruny Island), hat Labillardiere über 4000... Billardiera scandens var scandens - Common Apple-berry It is growing in a sheltered but very shady position, I think that it should have a little more sun... Apple Berry, Apple Dumplings Billardiera scandens Sm. Billardiera is a genus of around 40 mostly... larger image Billardiera longiflora $4.25 A choice Tasmanian climber that sports thin twining stems... （８月撮影：国内） Billardiera scandens Common Appleberry Wyee, April 2007 Apple Berry, Apple Dumplings Billardiera scandens Sm. Billardiera is a genus of around 40 mostly... Climbing Blueberry in fruit in Morwell National Park in Victoria, Australia, March 1992 Billardiera longiflora 'Cherry Berry' - All pictures are for illustrative purposes only. The actual... Photo C. Macdonald ara147 ©ANBG Updated 16 December, 2003 , webmaster, ANBG ( email@example.com... Commonly known as: Appleberry. All flower MAY-JUN Information - click to hide Good to know - can be... Paghat's Garden: Billardiera longiflora var fructu-albo Commonly known as: Climbing blueberry, Purple appleberry. Creamy-white flowers followed by bright... CODE Sweet apple berry or Billardiera cymosa Signs of Autumn; berries of Billardiera longiflora on left, and Dianella caerulea on right. BACK Epacris impressa Common Heath à+ Two Clematis, Polish spirit and alba luxurians, covering an arch in my garden. In the foreground... Sticky hop bush or Dodonea viscosa Boronia polygalifolia Common Name Milkwort Boronia Billardiera scandens var scandens Epacris impressa Common Heath Signs of Autumn; berries of Billardiera longiflora on left, and Dianella caerulea on right.