The midyim fruit is likened by many as the native equivalent to a blueberry. This small shrub is great for filling gaps in landscape plantings, happily growing in partial or full sun.
The narrow leaves flush pink with new growth, we plant this shrub alongside pathways where the fruit can be easily snacked on when passing by.
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Availability date: 19/02/2013
OTHER COMMON NAMES
Midgim, Midgen Berry, Sand Berry
The Midyim Berry plant is native to the sub-tropical east coast of Australia found naturally growing in heaths, woodlands, and forest margins.
The berries are sweet and delicious fresh, arguably one of the best bushfoods in Australia. Fruits ripen from late summer into autumn and are ready to harvest once they soften.
|Size||Small shrub (to 1m)|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun|