Cascading, small thornless variety of Maroon Bush originating in Carnavon.
Highly musk scented white-cream bird attracting flowers. The flowers form into small purple to black berries, that give rise to the common name as Currant Bush. In drought periods and dry summers it is deciduous, bursting back to leaf with the arrival of rains.
Widely acknowledged for its use in Aboriginal culture as a traditonal medicine plant.