Gumbi Gumbi Native Apricot Pittosporum angustifolium Australian Native | X 10 Seeds
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Common Name: Gumbi Gumbi Native Apricot
Scientific Name: Pittosporum angustifolium
Life Cycle: Evergreen
Remarks: Gumbi Gumbi (Gumby Gumby) is an Australian Native Apricot also known as weeping pittosporum, butter bush and cattle bush. Fruits from 3 years.
It is used in Aboriginal bush medicine as a treatment for coughs, colds and eczema, and to induce lactation.
Fresh or dried Tea is a more common and preferred use of this plant today.
Pluck fresh leaves as needed, or harvest a bigger batch and dry them for later use.
Plant Height: 4-8m
When: Spring + Autumn is best, but can be sown all year round.
Sowing Depth + Method: Soak seeds overnight, cover lightly with soil and keep moist until germination. Raise seedlings.
Position: Suitable for full-sun or part shade
Number of Seeds: 10
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