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Acacia acuminata – RASBERRY JAM WOOD$5.50
Upright fast growing small tree to 6m with rod-like yellow flowers. Well drained soils, full or part sun. Timber scented, heavy & durable with attractive grain. Seed used as bush food. WA.
Acacia verniciflua – VARNISH WATTLE$4.50
Large shrub to 4m with scented yellow ball flowers in winter/spring. Seeds used as bush food. Well drained sunny site. Southern Lofty Ranges, SA.
Aceratium ferrugineum – FLAMINGO BELLS$12.50
Ornamental tree to 10m with large rusty leaves, very showy large rosy pink flowers & showy red fleshy edible fruit. Not too slow, needs protected site in light shade & extra care until established. NE.Q’ld
Acronychia acidula – LEMON ASPEN$15.00
Ornamental bushy tree to 20m from highland rain forests of central QLD north. Edible yellowish cream fruit are very acid. White flowers. Fairly fast. Well drained full sunny to semi-shade site is best. Can be pruned into a 5m bush.
Acrotriche aggregata – RED GROUND BERRY$12.50
Dense shrub to 1m from dry areas. Tiny white flowers in spikes followed by edible red fruit to 5mm. Full sun to part shade in well drained soil.
Aleurites moluccana – CANDLENUT$7.50 – $15.00 Quick View
Alpinia arundelliana – DWARF GINGER$10.50
Compact Ginger 1m tall for shaded to lightly shaded position. Pink flowers & blue berries in mid to late Summer. Understorey plant, very hardy. SE.Q’ld – NE.NSW.
Alpinia caerulea Atherton – ATHERTON GINGER$3.50 – $10.50
A tropical clumping form of A.caerulea from the Atherton Tablelands that is red under the leaves and very showy. White flowers, blue fruit. Semi shaded moist site preferred.
Antidesma bunius – WILD CHERRY$5.50 – $12.50
Ornamental small bushy tree with racemes of small greenish flowers. The attractive bunches of succulent red fruit is used in jams, jellies & sauces. Semi-shaded site. A definite addition to your bush tucker garden. NE.Q’ld.
Araucaria bidwillii – BUNYA PINE$7.50 – $12.50
Stately conifer to 20m with spreading branches, prickly leaves & a distinct rounded crown. Bears cones up to 15kg with large edible nuts. Slow at first, hardy & frost tolerant. Disjunct populations Mt Molloy NE.Qld & Gympie SE.Qld.