About Bellingen Seedsavers

We are a group of like-minded growers of useful heritage plant varieties in the Bellingen area of northeast New South Wales, Australia.

Our climate varies from frost-free coastal areas to inland river valleys and highlands with frosts. Bellingen has an average annual rainfall of 1507ml.

Tuesday, 8 May 2012

Snapshot: Harvest available May 6, 2012

This post is to highlight the edibles we can harvest during Autumn in Bellingen, NSW, Australia. We have not yet had a frost and many subtropicals are still growing despite the cooler nights.


Autumn, May 6, 2012 Perigee Moon

Sweet Basil


The Tumeric will soon die down.


Bamboo shoots

Turnip



Collards

Dino Kale or Cavolo Nero
Mouse Melon vine

Warrigal Greens




Chives




Pumpkin varieties


Rhubarb

Cassava

Custard Apple



Wing Bean


Loofah

Carambola

Mulberry


Tamarillo

Rosella (Australian hybrid)

Yam Bean climbing Macadamia Tree








Sweet Leaf



Kang Kong & Variegated Water Parsley (Oenanthe Javanica)

Brazilian Spinach


Red Amaranth with green Egyptian Spinach

Golden Brugmansia flower with Bunchosia (Peanut Butter Fruit)  fruit below


Perennial Capsicum

Mushroom Plant (Rungia klossii)
Large Leaf Rocket

West Indian Gherkin

Red Russian Kale Seedlings


Chilacayote
Yellow Guava, seeded by birds, very lemony




Yam Bean (The bean itself is poisonous. We eat the yam)

Sword Bean




















Jak Fruit




Australian Sweet Lime




















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