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.
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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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Acmena smithii Minor
Create a natural privacy screen to 3m using this dense-growing hardy attractive Australian native. Rich bronze new growth, fluffy summer flo...
Austromyrtus dulcis - midgem berry
Dual purpose hedging - midgem berry is a neat-growing native bushtucker shrub with a compact habit, little white summer flowers followed by ...
Blackberries - so juicy, and so thorny! Not with these babies, you can pick fruit to your stomach's content without fear of scratches. Ideal...
Blueberry Sunshine Blue
Low-effort blueberries - this one is dwarf, dense, and doesn't need pruning! Only needs about a month of cooler nights to set heaps of fruit...
Burdekin plum - Pleiogynium
Harvest juicy bush tucker to create delicious accompaniments such as jam, chutney and even wine! Or just enjoy the shade from this big bu...
Carissa Desert Star
Very attractive dark glossy evergreen foliage makes an appealing shrub year round. In warmer months - or year-round further north - the ...
Carpobrotus - pigface, iceplant
Bright native groundcover flowering succulent familiar to anyone in coastal Queensland. Excellent for rockeries, dry poor soils, waterwise g...
Citrus - sweet orange
One of the pleasures of a subtropical garden is plucking fresh sweet fruit straight from the tree. Imagine fresh orange juice for breakfast!...
Coffea arabica - mountain coffee
Grow your own organic coffee! Or just enjoy this lovely glossy plant with sweet-scented white flowers and cherry-red fruits. Beautiful featu...
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 s...
Laurus nobilis - bay tree
Essential for bouquet garni in french cuisine, bay trees make highly ornamental and hardy garden plants. They clip to neat shapes and grow h...
Malpighia Pixie - acerola
Usually grown for the vitamin C-rich red fruits, this dwarf selection is also desirable for the abundant bright pink windmill flowers that l...
Melastoma affine - blue tongue
Popular and pretty native alternative to exotic tibouchinas, with flowers off and on through the year, and bushtucker berries to follow. ...
Melastoma affine Alba
Fast growing evergreen flowering shrub known as blue tongue, because the bushtucker fruits stain the tongue blue. White flowers with lime gr...
The closest thing to a native olive! The variety has been grown on St Helena Island, Moreton Bay since the 1800s and oil was even exported b...
Heavy-cropping fleshy-fruited green or black Spanish olive. Ripens early. Tree is small, slow-growing, spreading, drought tolerant and happy...
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. ...
Randia fitzalanii - native gardenia
Subtropical large native shrub or evergreen tree with deliciously scented starry white flowers with a fragrance like gardenia. Plant where y...
Connoisseurs of raspberries will know that Tulameen is arguably the biggest, juciest, sweetest-tasting raspberry you can get your lips aroun...
Aromatic edible bushy herb with a deep woody scent & fine deep green foliage. Delicious with strongly flavoured meats (lamb and game), garli...
Attractive lush subtropical plant which likes it warm and wet. Cream-white flowers shaded with pink, and big broad leaves. Spice from the ro...
The source of vanilla, this unusual climbing orchid likes it hot, wet and sunny. Provide a tall coir pole or palm trunk to help it climb to ...
Viola Baby Blue - native violet
An all-over blue-lilac form of the native violet, with slightly larger blooms. Mini-pansy flowers, dainty green leaves, great groundcover fo...
Viola hederacea - native violet
Native neat pretty ground cover with petite mauve and white flowers. Ideal lawn substitute in under-plantings beneath trees, and in shaded s...
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