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Lemon Myrtle Backhousia citriodora Lemon Scented Myrtle Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 5 metres high x 4 metres wide. Deep green foliage with silver undersides. Has creamy, white fluffy clusters of flowers. Is great in domestic gardens as it is both fragrant and bushy to the ground.

Lemon Myrtle Backhousia citriodora Lemon Scented Myrtle Native with non-invasive roots. Grows to 5 metres high x 4 metres wide. Deep green foliage with silver undersides. Has creamy, white fluffy clusters of flowers. Is great in domestic gardens as it is both fragrant and bushy to the ground.

Backhousia 'Grey Myrtle' cinnamon flavoured leaves used in cooking

Backhousia 'Grey Myrtle' cinnamon flavoured leaves used in cooking

Exocarpus stricta - Native Cherry

Exocarpus stricta - Native Cherry

Dodonaea viscosa- native hop bush, used buy early white settlers to brew beer.

Dodonaea viscosa- native hop bush, used buy early white settlers to brew beer.

Acacia longifolia - Sydney Golden Wattle Acacia longifolia (Sydney Golden Wattle), Acacia sophorae (Coastal Wattle), and Acacia suaveolens (Sweet Wattle). These were eaten "green" after steaming rather than being milled into a flour as was common in the desert regions of Australia

Acacia longifolia - Sydney Golden Wattle Acacia longifolia (Sydney Golden Wattle), Acacia sophorae (Coastal Wattle), and Acacia suaveolens (Sweet Wattle). These were eaten "green" after steaming rather than being milled into a flour as was common in the desert regions of Australia

Backhousia citriodora - lemon scented myrtle Dual purpose edible and hedge

Backhousia citriodora - lemon scented myrtle Dual purpose edible and hedge

Triglochin - Water Ribbons - Habit

Triglochin - Water Ribbons - Habit

Picture of Dodonaea viscosa cuneata, hop bush. Brew bitter beer

Picture of Dodonaea viscosa cuneata, hop bush. Brew bitter beer