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Missed out on all that Anthocyanin in the Queen Garnet Plums?, then try some Australian natives

I was asked the other day if I thought that the Queen Garnet Plum was the result of cross breeding the european plum with a Davidson's Plum…

Started by Rob Collings

15 Jul 5, 2019
Reply by Rob Collings

Davidson's Plum

Davidson's Plum  An Australian native rainforest fruit *** I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recogn…

Started by Rob Collings

4 Mar 29, 2019
Reply by Rob Collings

Kumbartcho Native Plant Nursery

I have recently visited Kumbartcho Nursery located at 15 Bunya Pine court, Eatons Hill. This native nursery has plenty of bush food seedlin…

Started by Rob Collings

8 Mar 6, 2019
Reply by Lissa

Australian Native Long Yam - Dioscorea transversa

I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture…

Started by Rob Collings

5 Feb 15, 2019
Reply by Rob Collings

Three Sarsaparillas and a Wombat Berry

Today I pledged two plants which grow wildly on the block to Dianne's Bush Tucker request posting. One was Wombat Berry.... and there is on…

Started by Rob Collings

2 May 4, 2017
Reply by Susan

Bush Tucker Plants Search Option Tool

The Paten Park Native Nursery has a handy search tool if you're looking for Bush Tucker Plants and Edible Fruit Plants. These options are u…

Started by Rob Collings

23 Apr 6, 2016
Reply by Christa

Found a book at the library - Wild Foods

Saw this book at the Sunnybank Hills Library today.  Published in 2015, It's the biggest book on native food I've seen yet, not that I've s…

Started by Florence

5 Jan 6, 2016
Reply by Rob Collings

Is native potting mix necessary?

I buy three types of potting mix, these are:- Native potting mix for my lemon myrtles, and lillipillies Azalea potting mix for my blueber…

Started by Florence

4 Oct 28, 2015
Reply by Jeff Kiehne


Time to guard those King Orchards, giant blue waterlilies and lomandras, this discussion's all about kicking off a new group, focusing on…

Started by Rob Collings

22 Oct 22, 2015
Reply by Rob Collings


Here's a good article from SUSTAINABLE GARDENING AUSTRALIA about the Midyim: The midyim berry Austromyrtus dulcis (also known as midgen ber…

Started by Lissa

4 Oct 9, 2015
Reply by Christa


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Vetiver grass helps to stabilise soil and protects it against erosion.  It can protect against pests and weeds. Vetiver is also used as animal feed. (Wiki.)

GrowVetiver is a plant nursery run by Dave & Keir Riley that harvests and grows Vetiver grass for local community applications and use. It is based in Beachmere, just north of Brisbane, Australia.

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