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About bardo

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  • Birthday 27/10/1986

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  1. bardo

    bower.jpg

    Bowerbird nest in the bunya mountains, hope he gets lucky : )
  2. bardo

    Edible Cultures for Sale Australia

    Excellent work ace
  3. It has flowered once before, has a beautiful purple/reddish colour, will post a pic when it blooms : ) Would like to cross it with a trich one day when the flower timing works out, last season had a couple of trichos flower but ruby skipped that year no signs of flowers so far on any of the trichos
  4. bardo

    Edible Cultures for Sale Australia

    That's a beauty of a list, been wanting to get into mycology for a while but haven't the time to properly engage in it as of yet. Anyhow that is a great selection indeed : )
  5. Looks like the echinopsis ruby visions x terscheckii and echinopsis calochlora are going to flower, will be trying at making a cross both ways of these two : )
  6. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    I don't know but i wouldn't be surprised if it works for at least a short time, especially if you make a bit of a rock pool or in still water, they are strong alkaloids and as far as i know it has goodly amounts in it, D. Myoporoides x D. Leichhardtii has up to 7% I think a good sized bunch crushed a bit and added to the water as fish poison or to stun animals seems fairly plausible
  7. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    From what i have read myoporoides leaves where used as fish poison
  8. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    The main book i go to is Wild food plants of australia by Tim Low, some others i have Bush tucker field guide by Les Hiddins, The weed forager's handbook by Adam Grubb & Annie Raser-Rowland, Plants of central queensland by Eric Anderson, Australian medicinal plants by E.V Lassak & T. McCarthy and of course the internet is very handy : )
  9. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    Duboisia hopwoodii x Duboisia myoporoides (cultivated)
  10. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    Native plantain edible leaves, the seeds when wet turn into a jelly/mucilage and used as a traditional herbal cure for constipation. Apparently when eating the dry seeds they swell in the stomach and add bulk to faeces. Colonists in NSW made "sago" puddings by adding boiling water and sugar to the seeds
  11. bardo

    looking for Christia obcordata

    Man that is a cool looking plant, would be great for the garden just to look at : ) Found this info - The plant has been cultivated as a cover crop and soil improver, This species has a symbiotic relationship with certain soil bacteria; these bacteria form nodules on the roots and fix atmospheric nitrogen. Some of this nitrogen is utilized by the growing plant but some can also be used by other plants growing nearby. Good luck finding it, it is a real stunner. If you find seeds available somewhere let us know : )
  12. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    strangler fig - ficus watkinsiana Beautiful and amazing long lived tree with edible fruit Some immature fruits
  13. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    Native olive - Olea paniculata I should have taken some pics of the fruits as there was many all over the ground, not sure of the edibility or uses of these ? if anyone has info about them would like to hear what you know : )
  14. bardo

    Post your native plant pics

    Awesome, thanks for the info MooseZeus : )
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