How to grow bush tucker plants by Trevor Cochrane. There's a strong movement among native-plant lovers to grow species that are traditional sources of food among Australian Aboriginals.

How to grow bush tucker plants by Trevor Cochrane. There's a strong movement among native-plant lovers to grow species that are traditional sources of food among Australian Aboriginals.

Bush Tucker Plant Foods - Banksia - Native Honeysuckle

Bush Tucker Plant Foods - Banksia - Native Honeysuckle

Acacia calamifolia (Reed-leaf wattle) is a medium sized shrub growing up to 4m tall with long very narrow leaves and small yellow flower heads on stalks which appear in spring. This is a widespread species which can be seen along roadsides in inland NSW, Victoria and South Australia. It is adaptable to cultivation but may require some canopy protection in very frosty areas. Must be grown from seed.

Acacia calamifolia (Reed-leaf wattle) is a medium sized shrub growing up to 4m tall with long very narrow leaves and small yellow flower heads on stalks which appear in spring. This is a widespread species which can be seen along roadsides in inland NSW, Victoria and South Australia. It is adaptable to cultivation but may require some canopy protection in very frosty areas. Must be grown from seed.

Ornamental Grasses Identification | ornamental grasses edibles page echidna grass australian native very ...

Ornamental Grasses Identification | ornamental grasses edibles page echidna grass australian native very ...

Acacia victoriae, also known as the Bramble or Elegant Wattle. Acacia seeds have been eaten by the Aborigines long before white settlement. They can be steamed like peas, when green or dried and ground into flour. Very nutritious!

Acacia victoriae, also known as the Bramble or Elegant Wattle. Acacia seeds have been eaten by the Aborigines long before white settlement. They can be steamed like peas, when green or dried and ground into flour. Very nutritious!

The most authentic of bush tucker, the grub is a nutty-flavored bite that has been enjoyed by  indigenous Australians for thousands of years.

The most authentic of bush tucker, the grub is a nutty-flavored bite that has been enjoyed by indigenous Australians for thousands of years.

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