Breynia oblongifolia – Coffee bush

Tall shrub with graceful arching branches, greenish flowers and bright red bird attracting fruit.

Pretty shrub for garden situations, small greenish flowers and pinkish/red berries which turn black with age and attract birds. Host to Common Grass Yellow & Large Grass butterfly. Good understorey plant. The species tolerates wide variety of environments

Uses: hedging, undercover. It is a useful foliage plant for any sized garden and could be used as a hedge.

Dimensions: Height: 2-3 metres |  Width: up to 1 metre

Flowering: Small, green flowers are produced in spring and summer, and these are followed by orange or pink berries that turn black when fully ripe.

Aspect: It grows best in full sun or semi shade
Soil type: This is a hardy, attractive shrub that will tolerate most soils.
Planting rates:

Maintenance: May get scraggly but responds to pruning.

Available sizes: tubestock & 200mm pots
Availability: contact Bluedale Wholesale  Nursery for current availability list or to discuss our pre-grow commercial plant service.