Blue kunie-bush is a plant which belongs to the Rhus genus. The origin of this plant's scientific name epithet (glauca) means 'covered with a greyish / blue-grey bloom'.
This is a bushy, single stemmed, densely branched shrub, wider than it is high. . It is common and easy to find in coastal thicket, especially at the Creek. The broadly egg-shaped to heart-shaped leaflets have a squarish to indented tip with a short hair protruding at the tip. The very small flowers grow in the angles between the leaf and stem and at the ends of branches, Small, roundish, shiny berries mature to reddish-brown in late winter.
South Africa is believed to be where Blue kunie-bush originates from.
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These plants have been known to grow well alongside Blue kunie-bush so consider planting:
These plants will not grow well with Blue kunie-bush so avoid planting these within close proximity:
These problems, diseases and pests are known to affect Blue kunie-bush plants: