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Bush Tucker Collection

Bush Tucker Collection

Native Seed Box

Regular price $18.95 AUD
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A specially selected bush tucker species are great for salads, roasted root vegetable dishes, sweet summer berries and currents, and include native herbs such as thyme, wild jack beans, wild tomato and even breakfast raisins. Everything you need for the full bush tucker experience at home.

The bush Tucker Edible collection has everything you need to experience the interesting practice of smoke and water treating seeds before germination as well as full instruction leaflet.

No gardening tools required for the seed bombs, simply throw and grow bush food.

The clay protects the seeds until conditions are right for germination, where they will germinate and explode into growth and develop into your edible garden. Seed bombs have been used for hundreds years in ancient Japan and Europe to revegetate landscapes and re-wild the earth. No gardening tools required, simply throw and grow! They work well in open gardens or in pots, so perfect for any sized garden where you want to support native species.

Hot water treatment seedbombs in a specially designed biodegradable germination soak bag and Smoke pre treatment seeds with smoke infused granules for smoke assisted germination.

Species include a mix of Desert Raisin (Solanum centrale), Native Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides), Wild Tomato (Solanum orbiculatum), Native Thyme (Ozothamnus obcordatus), Native Current (Coprosma quadrifida), Yam Daisy (Microseris walteri), Native Pig-face Salad (Portulaca oleracea), Blue Flax Paroo Lily (Dianella caerulea). Can include other natives species when in season/available. SPECIAL ADDITIONS November 26th – Australian carrot (Daucus glochidiatus) -small root vegetable picked and eaten much like traditional carrots! Delicious. Native Parsnip (Trachymene incisa) – pretty white flowers with edible tuber, good sized vegetable, cook and eat as you would traditional parsnip!

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