Coddia rudis is a hardy, dense, small, evergreen shrub with glossy green leaves that are carried almost horizontally on gracefully arching stems.
The bell-shaped flowers, which are borne from October to March are creamy-yellow and hang below the branches like little bells.
The round greenish-brown fruit is edible and also attracts birds to the garden.
Its interesting branching patterns and weeping form make for an unusual accent plant.
Use for screening, covering embankments, in bush clumps and as a bonsai subject. Plant in sun or semi-shade.
Size 1 to 3m