Quick review: A practical guide to helping you grow your own bush tucker garden. Written by the founders of Earth Garden Magazine the minimal impact/permacultural philosophy is conveyed strongly in growing native plants for a healthier environment and lifestyle. The book is divided into sections based on the useful part of the bush food plants, namely Bushleaf flavours, Bushfruits, Bush vegetables, Seeds & Nuts, Nectar plants & Growing Bushfoods. Over 140 plant species are featured with notes on how to grow and use them. A great little book. Good Points: Comprehensive coverage of bush food species, especially suited to the eastern seaboard. Some great cultural and historical information sprinkled throughout the text including locations where you can view significant bushfood plants or trees in public places. From the back cover: Grow Your Own Bushfoods is the first ever comprehensive and practical guide to growing and harvesting more than 140 kinds of Australian bushfoods right in your own backyard. Deatailed plant profiles describe ideal growing conditions and characteristics of each species. In addition there are suggestions on the best ways to prepare and eat your bushfoods. use them as flavourings in jams, muffins or sauces, or make your own bush teas and sweet drinks. A bushfoods directory is also included which lists suppliers of catalogues, seeds and seedlings as well as native plant gardens open for inspection. Written with an emphasis on using natural growing methods, Grow Your Own Bushfoods enables everyone to enjoy Australian bushfoods while at the same time preserving our endangered plant species.