This plant has no fragrance
Evergreen groundcover with leaves grouped in threes. Pretty dainty white flowers emerge on long flowering stems mainly during spring and are followed with glassy red to black berries. It is a great shade plant in the fynbos biome. The latin name 'vesicatoria' comes from vesicare (blister raising) which refer to the strong allergic skin reaction from the leaves and roots.
Common problems with Blisterleaf
Relative problem free.
How to harvest Blisterleaf
Pick flowers as needed.
How to propagate Blisterleaf
Sow fresh seeds in Autumn. Keep moist.