Warringal Green - New Zealand Spinach. Bush Tucker
Suitable for gaps, and a fantastic ground cover / green mulch.
Attracts lizards flowers attract pollinators.
Grows to approx a height of 20cm and 200cm wide
I have this self-seeding in the garden they die back in April/ May and begin to grow back in June / July. So these make a great no-fuss permaculture plant.
Cook Warrigal Greens the way you’d use spinach, chard, silverbeet and bok choy. Iin Spring and Summer, small yellowish flowers will appear these may be eaten too.
Best cooked as the leaves are rich in oxalates, so should be blanched or cooked before eating.
Suitable for full-sun and part-shade
I like to grow as a green mulch in pots this plant will cascade over the edges of your pot.
Tolerates sandy soils and some neglect
Well draining soil
Only use a native fertilizer
Can be grown from seed or by cutting
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