Antidesma erostre “Wild Currant”, another Tucker Bush plant

Posted on: Sunday, September 17th, 2017

Antidesma erostre “Wild Currant”  is another Australian Native edible  food plant from the Tucker Bush range that is now available from Tarrawood Native Nursery. Visit to find out more about this interesting, edible plant and its uses.    

Alpinia caerulea “Red Back Ginger” from the Tucker Bush Range

Posted on: Sunday, July 23rd, 2017

Alpinia caerulea “Red Back Ginger” is an Australian native food plant from the Tucker Bush range of edible Australian native plants. Red Back Australian Ginger is a versatile plant traditionally used by the Aboriginal people for food and crafting. In the wild, this Read More

Grevillea leptobotrys “Lilac Tangles” grafted

Posted on: Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

Grevillea leptobotrys “Lilac Tangles” is a low growing and sprawling Australian native shrub with wiry, much divided, grey-green leaves  and pretty mauve-pink flowers for much of the year. The plant spreads from 1-3 m wide. Always buy a grafted plant as they are Read More

Corymbia ficifolia “Cardinal’s Scarlet”

Posted on: Tuesday, September 1st, 2015

Cardinal’s Scarlet, a vibrant red flowering gum, Corymbia ficifolia (formerly Eucalyptus ficifolia) is one of those trees that really grabs your attention when it’s in full flower. This tree has been grafted onto an eastern Australian root stock.  Grafting ensures that the colour Read More

Scaevola hybrid “Bright Eyes”

Posted on: Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

“Bright Eyes” is an excellent small ground cover, with a brilliant display of bright white-eyed purple flowers held on dense green foliage. It is an adaptable plant flowering from spring into summer and is an excellent Aussie perennial. Bees and butterflies find Read More