Wombat Berry - Eustrephus latifolius. Perennial climber with edible fruit.

Wombat berry (Eustrephus latifolius - Asparagaceae) is an evergreen vine native to Malesia, the Pacific Islands and Nothern Australia. Wombat berry starts off green but turns yellow as it ripened

Bush Banana (Marsdenia australis)... Australian bush tucker... http://ausemade.com.au/nt/destination/c/central-australia/flora-fauna/flora/bush-food/index.htm

The bush banana is a climbing woody vine found growing on other shrubs and trees, and often difficult to see among the trees own leaves. The bush banana has creamy flowers, and thick narrow leaves that grow from a short stalk.

NITRARIA billardierei occurs throughout Australia. Forms a sprawling shrub to 2 m tall 4 m wide with fruit 1-2 cm turning red when mature in summer and autumn. The fruit are said to taste like salty grapes, and were eaten by the tribal Aborigines. Fruits can also be made into jam or dried or stored.

NITRARIA billardierei - Native Plum or Nitre Bush. The fruit are said to taste like salty grapes, and were eaten by the tribal Aborigines. Fruits can also be made into jam or dried or stored.

Aniseed Myrtle Tree | When crushed the leaf of the aniseed myrtle has a distinct licorice scent and is growing in use as a spice in the food industry.

Aniseed Myrtle

Aniseed Myrtle is native to remanent rainforests in north east NSW. Now rare in the wild this handsome evergreen tree deserves to be planted in more gardens.

Aniseed Myrtle compliments of essentially Australia

Rebirth beckons from the Land Down Under! Sweet anise dances with magnificent myrtle to create an offering unlike anything else in our collection. This licorice-scented luxury is packed with antioxidants and is traditionally used to bring balance.

Intro to growing bushfoods | Sustainable Gardening Australia

Intro to growing bushfoods | Sustainable Gardening Australia

Bush Foods

Bush Foods

50+ SACRED FIG TREE SEEDS (Ficus religiosa) Indian Peepal Hindu Medicinal Bonsai

50+ SACRED FIG TREE SEEDS (Ficus religiosa) Indian Peepal Hindu Medicinal Bonsai

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