Interpretive native plant signs

Our native food garden interpretive signs are designed to inform the garden visitor about the name of the plant (common and Latin), its origin, growth habit, which part is eaten and culinary uses. A native food plant needs to be identified so that the visitor can tour the garden learning as they go. Highly recommended for community gardens, schools, TAFES, kindergarten, daycare centres. They are 30cm w x 20cm h and printed on aluminium and recycled plastic with a recycled plastic stake.

We have signs for the following plants: Anise Myrtle, Lemon Myrtle, Illawarra Plum, Small Leaved Tamarind, Strawberry Gum, Finger Lime, Mountain Pepper, Old Man Saltbush, Cinnamon Myrtle, Prickly Currant, Geraldton Wax, Midyim, Native Oregano, Native Thyme, Muntries, River Mint, Sea Celery, Vanilla Lily, Chocolate Lily, Warrigal Greens, Yam Daisy, White Elderberry, Pigface, Common Appleberry, Sweet Appleberry,  Bulbine Lily, Spiny Headed Mat Rush, Flax Lily.

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