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    A great bushfood herb with a variety of uses. Native Thyme is a hardy plant once it gets going.  Native Thyme is related to the Indian Sacred Basil Ocimum sanctum. Grow your own native thyme. This perennial plant grows easily from seed and leaves can be picked throughout the year for garnishing or as a native tea. Once established this plant is very tough and will provide you with year round food. The plant grows in the same way as basil or mint and can be used in tomato dishes, soups, salsas, salads. The German explorer Ludwig Leichardt called the plant "wild marjoram" and used the leaves to make a tea.
  • OutbackChef's Seriously Australian made Strawberry Conserve with Sparkling Wine is made in an Australian country kitchen.  This is a great jam to take on your next picnic, perfect with scones and a real hit added to your next fruit flan. Strawberries and Sparkling Wine have been a favourite in Australia when any celebrations have happened and this beautiful conserve is a must for a special breakfast with a friend, or just a special spoil for yourself.
  • Nothing like a paddock that seems to have endless rambling bushes with heaps of berries.  OutbackChef's Seriously Australian Bursting Berries is reminiscent of the wonderful jams that were wild-harvested from the back paddock, growing wild, full of fruity flavour and bursting with goodness.  This berry jam is perfect for your morning toast or croissant, add a spoonful to yoghurt or museli for a little extra flavour.  Thin Bursting with Berries Jam down to create a slightly runny sauce for ice-cream or deserts or it makes the perfect glaze for meat, chicken or even vegetables.
  • Also known as Red Desert Lime
  • Brachyshiton polulneus. 20 seeds per pack
  • Nitraria billardiera. Nitre bush tastes like salty grapes. This pack contains 10 seeds and propagating notes. The Nitre Bush grows throughout SA and inland NSW. It forms a sprawling shrub to 3m tall with red fruit in summer and autumn. The fruit are said to taste like salty grapes, and were a favourite of the tribal Aboriginies of the area. Nitre bush tastes like salty grapes.
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  • Lomandra longifolia. Grows in temperate to arid, across the East coast of Australia, leaves have traditionally been used for basket making. Not only do these beautiful Australian native grasses make refreshing bush snacks, but their leaves have traditionally been used for basket making. This pack contains 30 seeds and propagating instructions.
  • Sunrise Limes are used in this true-blue Aussie marmalade with a lime cumquat flavour

    These Sunrise Limes are harvest from my friends, Vickie and Marks property in Western Australia.  They are nurtured and grown with care to produce the best superfood limes ever. Makes a perfect bushfood gift for you or someone special
  • Arthropdoiu milleflorum. 30 seeds per pack. A beautiful flowering tuber, the plant is used by the indigenous people as a bush medicine, the tuber is the part that is eaten.
  • Portulaca oleracea. This low growing bushfood plant grows in arid and temperate climates and is grown for its spicy leaves and stems. Can be eaten raw in salads or steamed like spinach, a great bushtucker alternative. The seeds can be collected and ground into a paste for cooking. Once established these plants are ver hardy and with small yellow flowers over summer they are a very pretty addition to your bushfood garden. This pack contains approximately 100 seeds and instructions for propagating.
  • Bats Wing Coral Tree can grow up to 10m The bark has thick thorns and the flowers are bright red and pea shaped, flowering from November to December. Honey -eaters love the sweet nector from the flowers. It's a native of NSW, QLD. NT. SA & WA, it prefers ight to medium soils in an open sunny position is drought resistant, but can be a little frost sensitive. ; It reuqires watering in Summer but don't over water. ; Requires good drainage. I have often seen the seeds from this tree made into necklaces by the Aboriginal women. ; The large seeds are bright red, they would made some bush-string and then thread the seeds on for a really decorative necklance. ; This pack contains 3 large seeds.
  • Warragul Greens make a great edible ground cover

    Tetragonia tetragonioides  This green leafy plant likes all but the coldest climates, can be grown hydroponically.  I"ve got it growing really well in a shady spot in my garden and am constantly picking from it.  Others have it in the sun, this bushtucker plant is hardy, healthy and rampant. Warragul Greens is a perennial plant ; and reaches about 50 cm tall and has distinctive arrow-shaped dark green leaves. A good substitute for spinach, you can blanch in hot water for about 1 minute, then plunge into cold water, this removes the mildly toxic oxalates, but not always necessary.  I only blanch if the leaves are really mature as they can have bitter overtones, but normally I'm picking my Warraguls regularly for pies, and add to salads etc so just chop them up. Once established this plant is very tough and will provide you with year round food.  It likes all but the coldest climates.....you can cut it and it will grow again and again. ; They can be grown hydroponically. The packet contains approximately 30 seeds and instructions for propagation.