Purple Apple-berry was first described by and then named after JJH Labillardiere the French Naturalist aboard the d’Entrecasteaux expediting to Australia in 1791-3. This delightful climbing vine has long yellow/green flowers with purple markings and pink/purple berries which encase many seeds. The berry is also edible.
- Kingdom Plantae
- Billardiera longiflora
“Here I have used my original printmaking work to show portals into the landscape where you might find Billardiera longiflora.” – Deborah Wace