Mountain Black Pepper

One of SGA’s subscribers, Zeljko Horvatin, is a chef and is studying horticulture. He writes: “Over the last couple of years, while studying, I’ve…

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Some Useful Bushfoods

Over the last years gardens (and gardeners) have undergone a revolution of sorts. Water restrictions, climate change and rapidly disappearing native…

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Davidson’s Plum

Davidsonia pruriens Australia is blessed with thousands of native edible plants, yet not many people know this. When asked to name any bush foods,…

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Pigface – Carpobrotus glaucescens

If you’ve walked over a sand dune on the way for a swim on a summer’s day in Eastern Australia you may have noticed a succulent plant with a…

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Midyim Berry

The midyim berry Austromyrtus dulcis (also known as midgen berry or sand berry) is an easy to grow bushfood which occurs naturally in coastal areas…

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Finger Limes

The fruit of the Australian finger lime Citrus australasica is sought after by top restaurants around the world. Often described as ‘lime caviar’…

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Lemon Myrtle

Backhousia citriodora is commonly known as the Lemon Myrtle. This Australian native tree has an amazing citrus fragrance when the leaves are crushed…

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