St. John's Kindergarten - Kingaroy

Bush Tucker Garden
All Plants
Little Kurrajong
Grows to 4m in height, it features large clusters of pink to red flowers in summer. The seeds may be eaten when roasted or ground into a flour. The flowers and roots may also be eaten. Kurrajong was traditionally used for making rope and twine suitable for the production of strong fishing lines and nets. It is also useful in the making of baskets and other woven goods.