Apium prostratum, commonly known as sea celery, is a variable herb native to coastal Australia and New Zealand. The leaves are variable, with toothed leaflets, and a celery like aroma. The tiny white flowers occur in clusters

  • Part shade
  • Height up to 70cm
  • Well drained, moist soils
  • Flowers – Sept - May
  • Attracts – butterflies
  • Edible leaves & stem

Apium Prostratum - Sea Celery