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Plant Form Climbing shrub. Size Up to 2 m high, climbing to 5 m. Stem Twining, vine like. Leaves Glossy green upper surface, 1-6 cm long. Flowers Small clusters of blue or pink-white, with 5 petals drooping in bell shape. Fruit and Seeds Small, fleshy, oval shaped to 2 cm, ripening from green to blueish-purple, with more than 50 seeds. Habitat Gardens, woodland, coastal headland. Distinguishing Features Generally shrubby habit, and toothed leaf edges compared with Climbing bluebell creeper (Billardiera fusiformis) which tends to have a climbing habit and smooth edged leaves. Impacts Smothers and dominates other plants, toxic and skin irritant.