Commersonia hermanniifolia is a small plant, found in eastern Australia. Often seen in a prostrate or pendent form, creeping or hanging over rocks. An uncommon plant, which is usually encountered in the Sydney area near the coast, between Broken Bay in the north to Botany Bay in the south

  • Moderate frost tolerant, drought tolerant once established
  • Part shade/full sun
  • Ground cover H 0.2m, W 1.5m
  • Well-drained, sandy soil,
  • Flowers – July-Sept
  • Attracts – Bees, other insects

Wrinkled Kerrawang - Rulingia Hermanniifolia