About Bellingen Seedsavers

We are a group of like-minded growers of edible and 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.

Wednesday 9 December 2015

Vegetables & fruit thriving in NSW subtropics in early summer

Peach-palm (Bactris gasipaes)

It can be useful to see the edible plants that grow and produce in a particular geographical location. This one acre food forest slopes north.

Valencia Orange stays late on tree


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Turmeric with Ginger leaf at bottom

Scientific name: Tamarindus indica
Common name: Tamarind, Sampalok, Indian Date
Family: Caesalpinioideae / Caesalpiniaceae
Ethnic names: Ambli, Imli, Pul, Tinti, Chinta, Amli
Origin: Native to tropical Africa

Pitomba (Eugenia luschnathiana)

Black Sapote

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Gold Grumichama after flowering
Small white Guava

Malabar Chestnut

Black Grumichama

Satsuma plum

Santa Rosa Plum

Olive fruiting for the first time

Yacon Apple of the Earth - Smallanthus sonchifolius in foreground

under mature White Sapote


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Seedling white peach

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White Sapote

White Mulberry

Turmeric with Lemon Grass

Coffee with Lemon Grass

Dwarf Mango is still large

Herbert River Cherry just after flowering
Seedling Bowen Mango. One fruit last year

Athertonia diversifolia


Davidsonia jerseyana Davidson Plum NSW Tree

Rollinia Fruit Tree- Rollinia deliciosa


produced 30 fruit last season

Choko with Edible Canna flowering in front

Persimmon Fuyu Non Astringent Tree - Diospyros kaki

Male Kiwi Fruit

Dragon Fruit

Seedling lemony White Guava



Yam Bean

Mamey Sapote

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