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Plant Edible plants/tree identification

JamesLewis

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New to this forum and getting into bushcraft. Live in freo, WA often go south past/around Denmark and warpole.

anyone know any edible plants or native trees in the wa area? I know the obvious ones like salt bush, bush basil, bush limes and obvious trees like Karri, eucalyptus etc. don’t know how to identify safely though.

any resources for edible plants or tree identification in WA?
 

Kindliing

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If you type noongar western Australian bush tucker into google you should find a few publications .
Some folks here from WA should have some book titles from their libraries to help too .
 

Askew

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Look for a good field guide to plants in the area, if there's a national parks office or kiosk they should be able to point you in the right direction. Something with a key so you can positively identify what a plant is.
 

JamesLewis

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If you type noongar western Australian bush tucker into google you should find a few publications .
Some folks here from WA should have some book titles from their libraries to help too .
Yeah will have a look, thanks mate
 

JamesLewis

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Look for a good field guide to plants in the area, if there's a national parks office or kiosk they should be able to point you in the right direction. Something with a key so you can positively identify what a plant is.
Yeah might do that today while I’m in busso, thanks 👍🏻
 
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