Identifying, growing and propagating edible Aussie plants
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Hi all New to the forums just after a bit of advice from anyone that could help out a bit. I live in central QLD just north of Charliville and want to start a bit of a natural bush edible garden anyone know what plants and where to start. Due to workin long hours and 2 jobs im probably after more low maintance foods and or medicines.
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Many of the inland dry area wattles are also listed as growing up into your area.
Many of these are edible and nil maintenance.
Old Man Saltbush could easily grow there.
_ Any plant will grow from a single bud if you can replicate the required circumstances.
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Google mate. Works pretty well.
Here's a couple of mobs you might find very helpful.
Queensland Bushfood Assoc..http://www.qldbushfood.com/
Society for Growing Aust. Plants (Q'ld)http://www.sgapqld.org.au/bushtucker.html
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