Dark-green glossy leaves are an all year round feature of the Wampi tree. Bunches of small creamy white flowers form in early Spring, with fruit ready to harvest in Summer.
A leafy green groundcover well suited for cooking in the same way as spinach. Drought hardy, fast growing and tasty, this native plant regularly turns up in bushfood recipes.
Watercress is a semi-aquatic leafy green vegetable high in nutrients and minerals including vitamin C and iron.
Hoya australis, commonly known as the waxvine, is a native rainforest vine with succulent evergreen leaves and clusters of white pink fragrant flowers.
The West Indian Arrowroot rhizome is high in starch and is the commercial source of arrowroot flour. In the garden it is a great living mulch plant, just chop and drop when needed. Rapid leaf growth takes place over summer, dying back in winter at which time the tubers are ready to harvest. This is a lovely showy plant to have in the garden whether you...
Wild Tamarind is a fast growing leguminous tree to 6 metres with various uses including fodder food, shade tree, nitrogen setting, and charcoal manufacture. In a balanced diet Wild Tamarind is a great tropical fodder crop. We believe it is best kept in a maintained agricultural environment to ensure it does not become weedy (livestock will always munch...
This native vine is a delicate climber with light pink flowers appearing in summer. Root tubers are sweet and juicy eaten raw or baked.