Other names: Formerly Sollya heterophylla.
Family: Pittosporaceae (Pittosporum family).
Native of Western Australia.
Occurrence: An uncommon weed in Central Victoria.
Elsewhere in Victoria (e.g. the Mornington Peninsula), Bluebell Creeper is a troublesome weed in native bushland. Care should be taken when planting it near bushland. The seed is spread by birds.
2, 3: Specimen from Kalimna Reserve, Castlemaine, where it is a weed.4, 5: Bluebell Creeper, Duggan St, Castlemaine. The bright green foliage contrasts with that of the local bushland.