Garden with these native plants for food and medicine, to provide for both humans and wildlife. Edibility, medicinal uses, and wildlife value are summarized for each plant. These herbs have a rich Native American ethnobotany, and as native plants, they support native wildlife. Some are favorites of foragers and other are favorites of herbalists. Great for a permaculture garden!
I love this typical old Australian homestead surrounded by a rambling country garden … you see a lot of farmhouses/gardens like this in rural Australia. photos by michael wee for country style au ‘Clair Matin’ shrub rose xx debra via homelife
The Macadamia is a native rainforest tree known to the Aboriginals as Kindal Kindal. Its home is the rich volcanic soils of northern New South Wales and South East Queensland where it thrives in the warm sub-tropical climate and high annual rainfall.