|Morinda jasminoides on a lilli pilli at Chatswood West, Australia|
Morinda jasminoides, known as the sweet morinda or jasmine morinda, is a common climber growing in eucalyptus forests and rainforests of eastern Australia. There is a record of this plant in the far north of Western Australia.
Sweet morinda is a small plant in the forest understorey. The orange fruit is edible, but unpalatable to humans.
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