The Great Sandy Desert gardens are a very fruitful place. Fruits, nuts, seeds and grains have had exceptional growth this year following a solid wet season and some north west cloud bands taking tropical moisture through to Australia’s populated Southeast.
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Harvesting Corymbia pods
Corymbia, Owenia, Solanum, Terminalia seed pods and fruits, all edible nuts and fruit.
Solanum diversifolia, bush tomato
Grevillea wickhamii, pods and flowers
Trunk of Terminalia cunninghamii, Pindan Walnut
Carissa spinosa, sweet smelling flowers, sweet tasting fruit, incense bearing wood
L-R, Carissa spinosa, Terminalia cunninghamii, Erythrophleum chlorostachya
Owenia reticulata, Desert Walnut
Acacia anaticeps, large seeds for eating after cooking in fire when nearly ripe