Choretrum R.Br. >

Flowers scattered along the branchlets, solitary or in clusters. Scale leaves present on younger branches. Fruit scarcely succulent Choretrum
Branches angled, striate; stamens without hair-like appendages; Flowers very shortly pedicellate along the upper ends of the branchlets, each flower solitary within the axil of a minute persistent decurrent bract.
Flowering branchlets numerous, erect, wiry, c. 0.5 mm wide, acutely angled by the short lines decurrent from the caducous scale leaves. Leaves persisting on young branches Fruit dark when mature. Erect shrub up to 5 m high. Widespread. Heath and DSF. Fl. spring–summer Choretrum candollei