Growing Bush Tucker!
The following was written by Cassie Porter and first appeared on the Permaculture Research Institute T ake eating local one step further and grow your own native edibles. It’s not only delicious, attracts native wildlife but often requires less work on your behalf because Australian plants are generally hardy just like the environments they usually grow in. I’ve listed a few to get you started.
Fingers limes are native to the understory of SE Queensland and NSW. Their flesh has the same texture as a lime but comes in the form of numerous little citrus balls, otherwise known/marketed as ‘lime caviar’. Different species produce different colours and flavours...