Planning & growing an edible suburban bush tucker garden.greenspun.com : 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 (email@example.com), May 15, 1999
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 firstname.lastname@example.org David.
-- David Roby (email@example.com), May 17, 1999.
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 10, 1999.