CREEPING BUSHWEED FACTS
Map is from The Atlas of Living Australia web site, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License
This perennial grows to a height of 10-30 cm and a width of 5-60 cm. Its stems are often wrinkled or warty.
The stems often creep along the ground, rooting at the nodes.
It has thick leaves without hairs (glabrous).
The leaves are alternate and usually less than 4 mm wide. Flowers are usually white, but occasionally pink.
This plant flowers between September and March.
Swamps, salt marshes, floodplains, coastal creeks
found in coastal areas of south east Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, south and west of Western Australia, Tasmania. Also found in New Zealand, south Pacific islands, and South America
Height: 0.02m - 0.3m
Spread: 1m or more
|Common Name:||Creeping Bushweed|