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Edible Plants

BUSH TUCKER | HERBS | SEEDS

Getting the most out of your garden is easy with edible plants. Plant as a natural screen, shade tree, low hedge or container plant. Passion fruit climbers are easy grown over a trellis or arbour.
Australian natives and Bush Tucker plants are often used for making chutney and sauce, they're also a great food source for our furred and feathered friends. Fresh herbs are a simple way to boost flavour and nutrients in home made dishes - or add a homemade touch to ready-made!
Take a look at our seeds range too, for a wide selection of grow-your-own vegetables and herbs.
Note: as with other food plants, not all parts of these plants are edible. Check first if you are unfamiliar with them.

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  1. Wasabi Mazuma

    Wasabi Mazuma

    The authentic stuff, not dyed horseradish! Grow your own fresh sushi paste - it takes a little care and attention but you'll be so proud you did, especially if you love your Japanese cuisine. 'Mazuma' is a highly regarded variety for its elegance, heat and sweetness.
    Plants shipped as plugs inside our tubestock pots (see photo), ready to plant or pot up.
    field image: sk via Flickr; root image: t-mizo via Flickrsculpture image: vera46 via Flickr cropped to size.

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    Regular Price: $9.95

    Special Price: $7.95

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  2. Viola Johnny Jump Up

    Viola Johnny Jump Up

    Cute funny-face viola for groundcover, baskets, patio pots, between paving, and rockeries. Low maintenance, easy care, always cheery. Grow them organically and they make pretty edible additions to salads and pastries. Learn More
    $3.40

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  3. Viola Baby Blue

    Viola Baby Blue

    Like the native violet but want more blue? This one's for you! Mini-pansy flowers in a soft lavender-sky, dainty dark green leaves, great groundcover for deep shade. Less spreading than the bicolour version, ideal for between pavers. Learn More
    $3.40
  4. Thyme Mellow™

    Thyme Mellow™

    Delicately flavoured variety. Add to salads, cheese and sweet treats for a mild woodsy note.
    Thyme thrives in a sunny location, its neat habit makes it ideal as a border or rock garden plant. Learn More
    $3.95
  5. Themeda 'Mingo™' - kangaroo grass

    Themeda 'Mingo™' - kangaroo grass

    Ultimate low maintenance low growing native grass in a lovely shade of silver-blue. Sterile seedheads in summer attract feeding birds. Excellent ground cover and landscaping plant. Edible seeds used for bushtucker flour Learn More
    $5.95

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  6. Syzygium 'Express' - lilly pilly

    Syzygium 'Express' - lilly pilly

    Native evergreen tall hedging plant with rich green foliage perfect for hedging and screening. Native birds love to feed from the flowers and berries.

    We are Prohibited to sell this product to South Australia.

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    $3.65
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    Syzygium 'Aussie Compact' - lilly pilly

    Good tough fast grower to 3m, compact, tightly-growing with a reddish bronze tinge when young. Excellent for topiary - clip to shape to encourage leaf colour. Like all lilly pillys, Aussie Compact is great for hedging and edging, and happy in a pot.

    We are unable to sell this product South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $3.65
  8. Rosemary 'Garnish'

    Rosemary 'Garnish'

    Aromatic edible bushy herb with a deep woody scent & fine deep green foliage. Delicious with strongly flavoured meats (lamb and game), garlic and rich tomato based sauces. Learn More
    $3.45

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  9. Randia fitzalanii - native gardenia

    Randia fitzalanii - native gardenia

    Subtropical large native shrub or evergreen tree with deliciously scented starry white flowers with a fragrance like gardenia. Plant where you can enjoy the scent as you sip a glass of wine in the evening. Learn More
    $3.40
  10. Podocarpus - plum pine

    Podocarpus - plum pine

    Fast-growing tall native bushtucker tree with blue-black fruits very high in vitamin C. Needs another plum pine to pollinate itself. Add height to your wildlife garden, or prune hard to a hedge to enjoy maximum glossy new bronze leaves and make picking those plums easier!

    image: Rosita Choque via Flickr

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    $4.95

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  11. Pineapple

    Pineapple

    Juicy! Grow your own tropical fruit in a tub or garden border. All you need is lots of sunshine, free draining soil, and a little patience. Fruit should develop in 12-18 months. While you're waiting, watch Elvis in Blue Hawaii to see pineapple fields in technicolor - or come to Queensland to see them IRL! Learn More
    $6.95

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  12. Passionfruit Panama Gold

    Passionfruit Panama Gold

    Create lush shade in summer, enjoy the beautiful flowers, and taste the delicious large supersweet fruit!


    Image By: Maracuya GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $3.55

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  13. Passionfruit 'Panama Red'

    Passionfruit 'Panama Red'

    Create a fast shady space in the garden with this fat-growing tropical vine and enjoy the benefits of the beautiful flowers and delicious large golden fruit in summer. Learn More
    $3.55

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  14. Oregano OzViva™

    Oregano OzViva™

    Hardy little groundcover her with a subtle flavour.
    Try as a substitute for basil in pesto, it's delightful with freshly grilled meat and burgers! Learn More
    $3.95
  15. Olive Manzanillo

    Olive Manzanillo

    Heavy-cropping fleshy-fruited green or black Spanish olive. Ripens early. Tree is small, slow-growing, spreading, drought tolerant and happy in a big pot. The most popular variety for Australian gardens and plantations. Read more at Olives Australia and cultivation tips at Better Homes & gardens Learn More
    $6.95

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  16. Monstera deliciosa - fruit salad plant

    Monstera deliciosa - fruit salad plant

    Ornamental tropical feature plant with large decorative foliage and sweet fruit.
    Plant in a pot and bring indoors to create a tropical luxe mood.
    We propagate this once a year and new stock is ready NOW until we sell out. Then that's it until next year. Learn More

    $4.95

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  17. Macadamia dwarf

    Macadamia dwarf

    Delicious native nut, attractive small tree. This one is from our own plantations and is a dwarf size, so ideal for container growing. Lovely rippled leaves and new red foliage. Learn More
    $6.95

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  18. Leptospermum petersonii-Lemon scented Tea-tree Flower

    Leptospermum petersonii - lemon scented tea tree

    Fast growing, drought hardy feature tree for sunny locations in both coastal and inland gardens.
    Leaves are freshly lemon-scented when crushed.

    Image: Raffi Kojian (http://Gardenology.org) [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons cropped to size.

    We are unable to ship this product to South Australia for bio-security reasons.

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    $3.40
  19. Greek Oregano OzSuperb™

    Greek Oregano OzSuperb™

    Prepare authentic Greek dishes using this robust herb packed with flavour.
    Oregano is equally at home in pots or rock gardens. Keep handy to the kitchen and use fresh for a quick flavour hit. Learn More
    $3.95
  20. Feijoa - pineapple guava

    Feijoa - pineapple guava

    Eat sweet delicious fruit fresh from your garden. Enjoy the red flowers along with the native birds and bees they attract. Every garden should have one! Or preferably two, for increased pollination and fruiting. Find a warm sheltered spot, well drained and fertile, for this evergreen tree. This couple started a plantation, they love feijoa so much!

    Fruit image: By en:user: ACurrie [GFDL or CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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    $4.30

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  21. Coffea arabica - mountain coffee

    Coffea arabica - mountain coffee

    Grow your own coffee! Or just enjoy this lovely glossy plant with sweet-scented white flowers and cherry-red fruits. Beautiful feature plant especially in shade. Great for pots and tubs. Frost free sheltered site essential. Learn More
    $4.20
  22. Citrus japonica - kumquat

    Citrus japonica - kumquat

    Enjoy the scented flowers and dark glossy leaves. Make marmalades with the fruits. Plant an evergreen ornamental hedge. Train it into a bonsai pot plant. Give it as a lucky Lunar New Year gift. It does it all. Learn More
    $6.95

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  23. Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium

    Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium

    Harvest juicy bush tucker from the garden to create delicious culinary accompaniments such as jam, chutney and even wine! Grows to 12 metres in a full sun location.

    Fruit image: Tatters Flickr
    Leaves: Tatters Flickr

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    $5.30
  24. Boysenberry

    Boysenberry

    Delicious juicy berries for jams and pies as well as eating fresh. Cross between blackberry, loganberry, dewberry and raspberry - and very hard to find in the shops. Here's an LA Times article on this gourmet berry and some tasty recipes to try

    Images: Berries : Liji Jinaraj via Flickr  Flower : Caligula1995 via Flickr  Learn More

    $4.95

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  25. Blueberry Powder Blue

    Blueberry Powder Blue

    Excellent big summer berry, especially for warmer states. Plant with earlier-fruiting Brightwell for the best crop. Makes a fruity hedge in acid soil or neat container plant in alkaline gardens.

    Image: Rebecca Siegel via Flickr cropped to size.

    We're not able to ship this product to Victoria or South Australia for biosecurity reasons.

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    $5.05

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