Varieties available to those in the Tamworth region, with personal delivery an option.
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The leaves of this native bushtucker shrub have a sweet aniseed flavour and can be used in teas and both sweet and savoury dishes.
This native ground cover has medicinal leaves that can be used on burns and stings like Aloe vera. The huge flowers are showy, attracting beneficial insects, and the peeled fruits taste like a combo of salted fig-kiwifruit-strawberry.
Syzygium australe ssp.
A native lilly pilly with large leaves and tasty fruits that can be eaten raw or made into jams or jellies.
An Australian native bushtucker citrus that produces finger sized fruits with caviar-like vesticules of popping lime juice. Also known as BUSH CAVIAR, it comes in varieties:
Pink Ice, Green Chartreuse or Red Round
Also known as NATIVE APRICOT or TUCKERBUSH,
Gumbi Gumbi leaves and twigs are used for traditional bush medicine and fodder.
Macadamia integrifolia x tetraphylla hybrid 'Pinkalicious'
An evergreen tree with stunning, long pink flower racemes lasting up to 6 weeks in late winter, early spring. Prolific producer of delicious quality nuts maturing in autumn.
Both the leaves and berries of this native bushtucker shrub can be used to add a peppery flavour to a wide variety of dishes.
The fruits of this tree are a favourite bushtucker variety that can be eaten fresh or cooked.
This native variety of Hibiscus produces bright red fruits that make wonderful jams.
Old Man Salt Bush is one of the hardiest shrubs around and its salty leaves are a bushtucker staple in meat dishes and stews.