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Dianella caerulea ssp assera CURLY TOPS$7.50
Hardy low maintenance flax lily, grows to 80cm x 80cm with bluish purple flower sprays in summer, followed by bright blue edible berries. Full or part sun, most soils.
Dioscorea transversa – NATIVE YAM$7.50 – $12.50
Slender with edible tuberous root system, dying back each year after fruiting. Highly fragrant pale green flowers, very conspicuous pinkish red fruits. Well drained sunny site. Qld, NSW, WA, NT.
Diospyros australis – Black Plum$5.50 – $12.50
Small tree to 10m with yellow under surface to leaves. Slow, prefers free draining acid soil in a moist protected site in filtered sun or shade. Juicy edible black drupe. NE.Qld to the Illawarra.
Diploglottis australis – NATIVE TAMARIND$5.50 – $12.50
Medium tree to 15m. with a spreading crown. Slow & when young requires a moist protected semi-shaded well-drained site. Edible orange fruit avidly eaten by birds & bats. SE.Qld to the Illawarra.
Diploglottis bernieana – GIANT LEAVED TAMARIND$12.50
Large tree to 20m from rainforest areas Innisfail to Cooktown NE.Q’ld. Showy large leaves, cream flowers, edible orange aril . Best in sheltered site in part sun when young.
Diploglottis bracteata – BOONJEE TAMARIND$12.50
Attractive tree with very large leaves, panicles of brownish flowers & large capsular fruit with edible orange-red aril. Very slow, needs protected moist site, sun or shade. NE.Qld.
Diploglottis campbellii – SMALL LEAVED TAMARIND$5.50 – $12.50
Uncommon bushy tree to 10m with spreading crown. Slow & when young prefers a moist semi-shaded protected well drained site. Large fruit with juicy slightly acid edible red aril. NE.NSW & SE.Qld.
Diploglottis campbellii yellow$12.50
Uncommon bushy tree to 20m with spreading crown. Slow & when young prefers a moist semi-shaded protected well drained site. Large fruit with juicy sour edible yellow aril. NE.NSW.
Diploglottis smithii – SMITH’S TAMARIND$15.00 Quick View
Einadia hastata – RUBY SALTBUSH$12.50
Low, shrubby plant/groundcover to 30cm, small yellow flowers followed by small red, very showy berries with black seeds. Butterfly host, bush food, weed suppressant, hardy in most conditions