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Outback Chef's beautiful Quandong fruit paste has a touch of Anise Myrtle, it sits happily on any cheese platter and goes well with a creamy brie and some black grapes.
Traditionally grass trees were of great importance to the Aboriginal population, they ate the fresh new leaves and extracted starch from the upper portion of the trunk
Plant your bushfood garden, get a great combo of seeds to grow plus the great reference book "Grow Your Own Bushfoods" plus plant propogation notes with each seed pack.
Billardiera cymosa Twining creeper to 3m, bell-shaped flowers are followed by elongated berries in summer. Temperate climate.
Native Rainforest Tamarind from Far North Queensland have been used to create the most beautiful fruit paste.
Grows in an arid temperate climate in West Australia. The current bush was very important for traditional bush medicine and is today being investigated for its anti cancer properties
Nitraria billardiera. Nitre bush tastes like salty grapes. This pack contains 10 seeds and propagating notes.
The Wild Rosella, although not a native, has been around since pioneering days. The flower (calyx) is used for making jams and relishes. The leaves can also be used in salads or as a spinach substitute.
Lomandra longifolia. Grows in temperate to arid, across the East coast of Australia, leaves have traditionally been used for basket making.
Melaleuca alternifolia This plant has everything! Use the aromatic leaves to aid colds, and use the paper bark to wrap and cook your authentic bush tucker meals in.
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