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2 days ago

Tucker Bush

So we attended the "Indigenous Youth – Engagement & Retention in the Hospitality Industry" event with Clayton J Donovan , Don Hancey & motivated others. Looking for ways to support youth and industry. Thanks for the pics Bindi Bindi Dreaming and to the good work of Prepare Produce Provide
#kidsareourfuture #bushfood #tuckerbushplants
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So we attended the Indigenous Youth – Engagement & Retention in the Hospitality Industry event with Clayton J Donovan , Don Hancey & motivated others. Looking for ways to support youth and industry. Thanks for the pics Bindi Bindi Dreaming and to the good work of Prepare Produce Provide
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I didn’t know you were mates with Don Hancey, Mark Tucek - it’s a small world. You two fellas are legends!

6 days ago

Tucker Bush

Home made ricotta cheese with Lemon Myrtle and Salt Bush courtesy of Dylan.
Thanks for the share.
Anybody else had some Tucker Bush wins?
#natuvespices #bushfood #tuckerbushplants
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Home made ricotta cheese with Lemon Myrtle and Salt Bush courtesy of Dylan.
Thanks for the share.
Anybody else had some Tucker Bush wins?
#natuvespices #bushfood #tuckerbushplantsImage attachment

2 weeks ago

Tucker Bush

Here's a nice little home our W.A Samphire has been given.
Thanks for the share Nissa.
#nativevegetable #bushfood #TuckerbushplantsWell, I finally have a Samphire! However, as it has been grown in potting compost, it lacks it’s salty taste. How often should it be given a salty or seawater watering, please?
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Heres a nice little home our W.A Samphire has been given.
Thanks for the share Nissa.
#nativevegetable #bushfood #Tuckerbushplants

 

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Just occasionally Nissa. The rapid new growth this time of year doesn't taste as salty but the crisp texture is great. Now is a good time to give it a dose.

Where in WA could I get a plant?

yommo

Wayne Pointon

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