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Sambucus gaudichaudiana, white elderberry, is an understorey shrub native to coastal rainforest and cool forests of eastern and south-eastern Australia.

The leaves are compound. White flowers are borne in large clusters followed by shiny, white berries 3-6 mm across.[1]

Uses

The sweetish berries are eaten by Aborigines.

Written on August 28th, 2012 , Fruits Tags:

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