The Kakadu Plum, also called the Gubinge, Billygoat Plum or Murunga; grows natively across the Top End of Northern Australia. The fruit has been a traditional source of bush tucker, antiseptic and a healing remedy for Aboriginal people across Arnhem Land for thousands of years. Today the trees are still in great abundance and come to fruit usually at the start of the dry season in May each year. The Kakadu Plum has been identified world wide as the single natural food source with the highest vitamin C content on the planet. It contains 3000mg of vitamin C per 100g of fruit - over 50 times the concentration found in oranges.
Indigiearth Wild Rosella Jam
11 in stock
Wild rosella (Hibiscus sabdariffa), typically grows in the most north parts of Australia from Cairns in the east through to Broome in the west. The petals can be used for making jellies and dessert garnishes. They have a tart flavour with a raspberry/rhubarb/plum quality. Most commonly known for its use in champagne. It works well in either sweet or savoury dishes and goes well with ginger, chilli, and sugar, and fruits such as apples, peaches pears, nectarines and banana. Fabulous accompaniment for lamb, pork and game.
Indigiearth Lilly Pilly Jam
27 in stock
The Lilly Pilly is one of the most popular plants in Australia today, particularly for hedging and topiary. Lilliy Pilly's are evergreen rainforest plants with glossy green leaves. Many varieties have flushes of colourful new growth, ranging from brilliant pink to a red-brown. In spring to early summer most Lilliy Pilly's have fluffy white or greenish flowers followed by long lasting red, purple or whitish berries. The fruit matures from December to February, being a pear shaped red berry, known as a Riberry, growing to 13 mm long, covering a single seed, 4 mm in diameter. The tree commonly only reaches 7 metres in cultivation. The berry has a tart, cranberry-like flavor, that has a hint of cloves.
Indigiearth Bush Tomato Chutney
33 in stock
A super tasty sweeter style relish featuring the rich pungent flavour of the Bush Tomato. Delicious on crackers, with finger food, meats, hard cheeses or wherever you would like a delicious tasty relish.
Indigiearth Wild Peach Jam
30 in stock
Quandong, quandang or quondong is a common name for the species, a small desert tree up to 4 metres high, with rough dark bark and pale green elongated hanging leaves. Quandong trees use the root system of other trees, shrubs and grasses to supplement their own supply of nutrients and water, and will therefore usually be found growing from the base of another tree. The cream flowers are small and cup shaped, in clusters at the ends of the outer branchlets. The flowers form in late summer and, depending on the season, form fruit which is ready for harvest in early spring.The shiny, bright scarlet fruit is about 2cm in diameter and contains one large nut or kernel, which is sometimes only marginally smaller than the fruit.
Quandongs have been an important traditional aboriginal fruit, which is, although somewhat tart, highly nutritious and contains twice the vitamin C of an orange.
Indigiearth Wild Peach Chutney
15 in stock
A rich and spicy fruit chutney with the peachy apricot flavour of the Desert Quandong. A tiny hint of chili makes this chutney very versatile, great mixed through with sour cream or cream cheese to make a spicy dip.
Indigiearth Quandong Dessert Sauce
31 in stock
Quandong Dessert Sauce is the perfect addition to any dessert. Made with 100% Quandong. A slightly tart flavour, perfect to drizzle over puddings, ice cream, cheesecakes, pavlova and more!