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Drylands Permaculture Nursery Stock List
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Acacia coriacea
Weeping Mulga
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Also known as the Desert Oak, this hardy Acacia is long lived and provides wonderful shade and a good windbreak in low rainfall  areas. An ornamental local native that can be planted individually or as a grove to create a magical and secluded part of your garden or property. It has light yellow pompom flowers in late winter and produces wonderfully matting leaf mulch that help protect the soil.
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Acacia iteaphylla
Flinder's Range Wattle
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Hardy South Australian shrub that has proven to be a reliable,  fast growing wind break that we have used in our southern windbreaks part of our farm property. The wood is hard, and with its thinner leaves and more open form, provide a great option to filter but not block the cool south westerly sea breezes. Do not plant in regions or situations where it may become invasive.
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Acacia ramulosa
Bowgada
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Naturally found growing from Shark Bay, through inland midwest and across the central desert this hardy Acacia has distinctive seed pods traditionally used a ‘bush tucker’ plant. Spring to Summer yellow flowers, and dense ornamental character also make it a useful, as a windbreak and screening shrub.
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Acacia rostellifera
Black Wattle
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Fast growing hardy shrub local to our Midwest. Lives for 7 years and is best planted with a second row of longer lived species if used as a windbreak. Can reproduce by root suckers as it ages. Large display of yellow flowers in October. Tolerates limestone soils and an excellent pioneer species.
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Acacia saligna
Golden Wreath Wattle
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Dense weeping multi-use shrub that puts on a massive display of bright yellow flowers from winter through to spring. Its bright green leaves are a good quality animal fodder. This fast growing wattle grows well in disturbed, poor soils as a screening hedge and can grow a metre per year until maturity.
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Acacia tetragonophylla
Curara
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If you want birds nesting in your garden this prickly tree is one way to keep them safe from cats, and is effective as a deterrent border tree. Has a mass of pompom yellow flowers during winter and the most exquisite of spiral seed pods and seeds with circular bright yellow arials.
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Adenanthos cuneatus
Coastal Jug Flower
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Naturally growing in our southern Western Australia coast, this hardy ornamental spreading shrub is a colourful addition to our coastal gardens. Pink to purple flowers in spring to early summer popular with nectar feeding birds.
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Alpinia nutans
Cardamon Leaf Ginger
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Great as a tropical looking screen. Grown for its foliage, which is edible and has the fragrance of Cardamon when crushed, and suitability for shaded areas of your garden. The root is not usually used and plant doesn’t produce cardamom seed pods. The leaves can be used in cooking e.g. to wrap food & flavour it and add to sweet rice dessert.
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Alyogyne huegelii
Lilac Hibiscus
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Quick growing, small to medium shrub usually  2 to 2.5 metres tall and wide with attractive lilac purple flowers late spring to summer. Suits well drained sandy and gravelly soils. Can be pruned after flowering to keep compact.
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Ananas comosus
Pineapple
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In Geraldton, growing pineapples is fun and easy under shade. These plants will fruit this year and annually there after. Three tricks to good growth: 1. Water from the top, 2. Keep them moist and well fed; and 3. Grow them in acidic soil
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Yilgarn Seeds - Open Pollinated Heirloom Seeds
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Brassica juncea
Sow Spring to Autumn. Grown for…
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Sow Spring to Autumn. Grown for the broad white leafstalks which are widely used in Chinese stir-fries. Leafstalks should be picked often, like silverbeet. Small compact plant, very easy and quick to grow. Matures after 60 days and has excellent resistance to bolting.
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Hordeum vulgare
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Sow Autumn. A two-row type barley often used as 'mash' for home brew beer. It can also be popped like popcorn and eaten. Grows up to 1m tall producing disease resistant 100mm heads.
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Ocimum gratissimum
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Sow Spring (In Geraldton, Autumn to Spring). Drought and wind tolerant, this 1.5m tall perennial plant's leaves are used as a clove substitute. It is particularly good in Indian curries. Extremely useful in gardens, its strong aroma confuses insects and they have trouble finding plants to eat.
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Ocimum basilicum
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Sow Spring. Always sow after the shortest day to prolong flowering and encourage leafy growth. Never has picking basil leaves to make pesto been quicker. This hardy variety has slightly wavy green leaves several times larger than common sweet basil. Constant tipping of flowers from plants will promote more leaves. This annual is well-suited for growing in balcony pots.
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Phaseolus vulgaris
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Sow Spring (In Geraldton, sow Autumn). A white seeded variety of green bean whose pods are best eaten when young. A vigorous climber with yellow flowers and a good seed set. Pods to 200mm long.
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Phaseolus vulgaris
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Sow Spring (In Geraldton, Autumn to Spring) Dwarf/semi-vining bean growing to 400mm tall. Has yellow shiny wax coated pencil pods. Sometimes referred to as Butter Beans, pick when pods are yellow, and eat lightly steamed. Delicious with olive oil, garlic and fresh parsley. This variety has black seeds when mature.
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Phaseolus vulgaris
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Sow early Spring (In Geraldton, Autumn or Spring). Also known as 'Scotia' bean, a stringless 'pencil-pod' climbing bean with thin speckled purple pods around 12cm long and 'zebra' stripe patterns on seeds. Pick once pod reaches full size and best eaten as a green bean lightly steamed.
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Vicia faba
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Sow mid Winter to Spring.Large 220mm long, green longpod variety saved since 1993 by Len from Jurien Bay, Western Australia.Up to seven 30mm flat seeds per pod. Young beans can be steamed and eaten whole.Pruning plants before they flower promotes a bushy habit reducing their overall height and the need for staking.
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Vicia faba
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Sow early Winter to Spring (In Geraldton, May to June) A light brown seeded heirloom variety from Holland which has been acclimatised and grown in Perth for the last 50 years by Nick Klein. The beans can be picked when mature and steamed or left to dry on the plant, harvested and processed as dried beans. The young pods can also be harvested, steamed and eaten whole as green beans. Plant seeds 500mm to 800mm apart.
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Vicia faba
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Sow mid Winter to Spring. A green seeded broad bean with 3 to 4 seeds per pod. It sets seed even in warmer winter areas. Good disease resistance and prolific bearer. Whole pods can be eaten immature as steamed greens or when more mature, shelled beans (still soft) as steamed beans. Dry beans can be soaked and cooked in bean salads, or substituted for kidney or borlotti beans in Italian and Mexican dishes.
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Brassica oleracea
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Sow early Autumn. The flowering buds and stems of this plant are harvested and eaten fresh or stemmed. In warmer climates this plant lasts for several years. This variety produces one large head then on-goingly produces multiple small flowering heads. Sowing early autumn in the midwest will allow the large heads to mature before the winter cycle of aphids.
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Calendula officinalis
Sow end of Winter - Autumn. Brilliant…
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Sow end of Winter - Autumn. Brilliant orange flowered medicinal plant. Petals harvested, dried can be made into an antiseptic salve. Petals can be eaten and look stunning when drizzled with olive oil in a salad.
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Physalis peruviana
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Sow Spring (In Geraldton, sow anytime). Hardy sprawling bush 1.5m wide & 1m tall. Sweet yellow berry fruit can be harvested when jacket wrapping is papery dry. Fruit can be eaten fresh or made into jam. If left to dry on the plant, fruit make delicious sultanas. Living for 3 years, plant can be trained as a vine and responds well to pruning.
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Capsicum annuum
Plant Spring. Prolific variety with large…
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Plant Spring. Prolific variety with large sweet fruit. Sow in a rich soil and keep moist. Fruit will be smaller if nutrients are inadequate. Large leaves help protect fruit from sunburn. May benefit from filtered shade in summer. Pick fruit when full size, either green or later when red.
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Daucas carota
Sow Autumn-Spring  warm climates. All…
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Sow Autumn-Spring  warm climates. All year cool climates. Summer in cold climates. Productive carrot suitable for wide range of climates with long 20cm orange coloured root and good flavour.  Sow directly in long furrows to 5mm in friable soil. Cover and firmly press soil. Stagger sowing fortnightly for continual harvest.  Keep weed free and soil moist. Matures in 65 to 80 days. Thinned carrots can be eaten as 'baby' carrots.
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Nepeta cataria
Plant Spring. (In Geraldton, Autumn). Catnip…
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Plant Spring. (In Geraldton, Autumn). Catnip is drought tolerant and often perennial. The mint-like scent of the bruised leaves of this herb is said to attract cats and deter rats. It stands 1/2 m high and its white flowers are a good bee attractant for pollination when grown around in orchards and vegetable gardens. Young shoots can be used in salads.
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Apium graveolens
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Sow Winter. This variety has very pale golden-yellow leaves and stems. It is a compact variety with stringless stems and a delicate flavour. Best eaten young and when grown in blocks rather than rows natural blanching will improve the flavour.
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Lactuca sativum
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Sow Spring. (In Geraldton, sow Autumn). Also called 'asparagus lettuce' this chinese vegetable is left in the ground until it develops a stem length of 30cm. They are then peeled and thinly sliced before being stir fried. The hearts can also be eaten like small lettuces.
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Chamaemelum nobile
Sow Autumn. This annual Chamomile grows…
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Sow Autumn. This annual Chamomile grows to 600mm and flowers prolifically. Dried flowers are used to make a calmative herbal tea. Leaves if infused in water (1 cup of leaves to 1 litre of water) are a preventative for the 'damping off' fungus in young seedlings. Drench seedlings with this preventative when first planted.
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Beta vulgaris
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Plant early Winter. This wonderfully sweet lime green leaf vegetable will supersede all other silverbeets once you taste it. It is so sweet it makes a great lettuce substitute. A vigorous and fast growing variety, seeding in it's first summer in Geraldton.
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Vegetable and Herb Seedlings - Open Pollinated Heirlooms
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Basil Colin & Ursula’s Bush Basil
Productive winter bush basil
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Beetroot Chioggia
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Pick young for a stir fry or a salad. Crunchy like a radish with rings of white and red. Punnet of 12 seedlings.
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Broccoli Verdante
Our favourite broccoli, it will re-…
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Our favourite broccoli, it will re-sprout smaller heads after first harvest. 
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Broccoli Verdante & Cauliflower All Seasons
Long bearing, multi-headed Verdante Broccoli (…
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Long bearing, multi-headed Verdante Broccoli (3) and All Seasons Cauliflower (3).
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Capsicum Japanese
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Heirloom sweet red capsicum seedlings (6) that suit a sunny, warm spot in your winter garden.
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Capsicum Japanese & Eggplant Black Beauty
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Great combination of crunchy Japanese Capsicums (3) and large fruited spreading Eggplant (3) for a warm spot in your winter garden.
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Cauliflower All Seasons
White headed Cauliflower (6) perfect for…
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White headed Cauliflower (6) perfect for winter roast dishes or steamed.
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Garclic Chives White Flowering
Useful perennial herb for cooking. Simply…
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Useful perennial herb for cooking. Simply harvest and chop fresh garlic tasting leaves as you nee them.
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Kohl Rabi
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Crunchy bulbs eaten raw when young or cooked.
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Onions Hebrew Brown
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Wrap of bare-rooted Herbrew Brown Onion seedlings (30). 
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Parsley Egyptian
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Sweet large leaved variety of parsley that is heat an drought tolerant. Used extensively in the Mediterranean salad tabbouleh.
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Parsley Italian
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Heat tolerant, aromatically tasting Parsley(3) that grows for two years.
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Spinach Japanese
Delicious sweet variety of spinach.
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Tomato Budiah & Marigold
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Great tomato for small spaces, Budiah (3) produces medium sized tomatoes combined with Marigold (3) for reducing problem root knot nematodes in soil.
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Tomato Castaluto Florentino
Tasty and productive 'beefsteak'  tomato that'…
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Tasty and productive 'beefsteak'  tomato that's great for saucing.
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Tomato Pink Ponderosa & Marigold
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Combination of 'beefsteak' Pink Ponderosa tomato (3) and companion plant Cracker Jack Marigold.
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Tomato Saint Pierre & Marigold
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A tasty, medium sized slicing tomato for your plate or sandwich. Cold hardy, indeterminate heirloom variety having origins from St Pierre Island, Newfoundland. Requires staking or a fence line to support it's productive vigour.
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Tomato Stupice & Marigold
Early maturing Czechoslovakian Stupice tomato (3)…
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Early maturing Czechoslovakian Stupice tomato (3) and bright flowering companion Marigold (3).
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Tomato Wild Tom Cherry
Productive cherry Tomato
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