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Category: Bush foods

A beach, wild harvest and a reptile

It was Jo Dean’s idea to take an early morning walk along the foreshore track where there were wild harvest

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Calytrix exstipulata

A small to a medium-sized shrub that rarely exceeds 2m in height but can reach up to 4.5m.

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Tasty saltbush

Saltbush, it grows in coastal ecosystems and dry inland areas of Australia.

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Pig face is a sprawling succulent common on coastal sand dunes. Noticable for its bright magenta or pale yellow-coloured flowers and

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Finger lime

Finger lime is a tasty and citrusy small tree for the home and community garden as well as for the

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Lillypilly time

The little red fruit on the ground was the giveaway. Reddish and around a centimetre in diameter — the lillypilly...

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Lemon myrtle a tasty tree

Lemon myrtle is an indigenous Australian tree for larger community or home gardens unless grown as a pruned specimen.

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New Zealand spinach, Warragul greens

It's one of those set-and-forget plants that serves multiple purposes in our community garden, not the least of which is

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Midyim berry — an Australian bush food ready to eat

Midyim berry, an Australian bush food eaten by Aboriginies.

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