Bushtucker plants

Native Plants with edible fruits or other plant parts. 29 products

Backhousia citriodora

Lemon Myrtle (Backhousia citriodora) $4.00

Very dense, low branching large shrub /small tree that bears masses of white flowers 1cm in diameter. Leaves have a very pleasant lemon fragrance. Makes a good taller screen. Grows to 6m high in full-sun.
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Brachychiton populneus

Kurrajong (Brachychiton populneus) $3.50

Medium sized bushy tree makes an unusual and attractive specimen . Is also an excellent shade and fodder tree for drier areas. Has creamy bell shaped flowers in spring. Very hardy.
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Davidsonia pruriens var. jerseyana

Davidson's Plum (Davidsonia pruriens var. jerseyana) $3.50

A beautiful and outstanding,small specimen tree with dark purple ,edible fruits in spring and summer.This is the Northern Rivers local variety. Its fruits make an excellent wine and jam, making it a very popular bush-tucker plant. Grows to 12m.
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Ficus coronata

Sandpaper Fig (Ficus coronata) $3.50

A medium sized tree with a dense habit, when grown in full-sun, and attractive dark green leaves with a sandpapery texture.The soft, dark fruits, when ripe, are very sweet to eat.
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Ficus superba var. henneana

Superb Fig (Ficus superba var. henneana) $3.50

Tall, buttressed tree or "Strangler" with deep, green, glossy foliage.Large, edible purple figs, with pale spots, to 25mm in diameter. Terrific shade tree and Native Wildlife attractor. Grows to 15m in full sun positions.
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Hibbertia scandens

Snake Vine (Hibbertia scandens) $3.50

An ideal groundcover, especially over embankments and with support can become a climbing plant used to cover fences, walls, and buildings. Bears large, bright yellow flowers over a long period. Best grown in a sunny, open position in well drained soil, but will tolerate part shade. Bush medicine with anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, where the leaves are warmed and mashed into a paste and used as a topical application for pain of arthritis for joints and other inflammation from injuries.
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Syzygium australe

Brush Cherry (Syzygium australe) $3.50

Dense and fast growing Lily Pilly tree. Glossy dark green foliage, and white flowers followed by masses of large, fleshy magenta red fruits. Edible for people and all kinds of wildlife from Bower Birds to Parrots. Makes a great windbreak too.
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Syzygium australe Tiny Trev

Tiny Trev Lily Pilly (Syzygium australe Tiny Trev) $3.50

A dwarf, dense lily pilly with glossy green foliage and orange-red leaf tips. One of the smallest growing lily pillies with a maximum unpruned height of around 1.2 metres. Makes a terrific hedge plant.
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Syzygium paniculata dwarf

Dwarf Magenta Cherry (Syzygium paniculata dwarf) $3.50

A compact and very dense shrub that makes a terrific screen plant. It has glossy, mid-green foliage, white, fluffy flowers and edible, magenta coloured berries. Can be formally hedged, if desired.Grows from 2m to 3m high.
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