Planning & growing an edible suburban bush tucker garden. : LUSENET : David's Organic Forum : One Thread

We are seeking information for our Sunshine Coast area to help us plan and grow an edible garden of Australian native plants. We live on a relitively small suburban block. Nevertheless, we are keen to persue our aim. We look forward to hearing from anybody who can help.

-- Charles & Ruth Ham (, May 15, 1999


edible native food

There are lots of edible native foods but not a lot that don't need processing. Lemon and aniseed myrtle, riberries, Davo Plums,etc. I think the local bushtucker group ARBIA have a website you could visit.There email is David.

-- David Roby (, May 17, 1999.

Edible Suburban Bush Tucker Garden.

Look for books by Tim Low. He has written several books on Aussie plants, bush tucker, bush medicine etc. Published by Angus & Robertson. Titles include: Wild Food Plants, Bush Tucker, Bush Medicine, Australian Natural History, Nature and Health, Simply Living. Good Luck. Dianna.

-- Dianna Ottaway (, September 10, 1999.

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