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  • Midyim Berry Plant Plant Melbourne Bushfood
  • Midyim Berry Plant Plant Melbourne Bushfood
  • Midyim Berry Plant Plant Melbourne Bushfood
  • Midyim Berry Plant Plant Melbourne Bushfood

Midyim Berry Plant

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  • Fruits during first Summer
  • Blueberry Replacement
  • All Climates
We're unable to ship plants to WA or TAS= - sorry!
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plants to WA or TAS
- sorry!

Midyim Berry Plant FAQ's 🌱

Midyim Berries or Midgen Berry are one of the tastiest native fruits eaten raw; they proliferate with white purple-dotted fruit throughout late summer and taste sweet with a touch of eucalypt and spice.

They grow well in pots and are overall a low-maintenance plant perfect for the understory of bushfood gardens.

Climate Zones: Cool, Temperate, Sub-Tropical, Tropical, Arid

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Pluck fruits when ripe

Midyim Berries are generally drought tolerant but do experience problems with overwatering. Water only when the soil becomes dry, and make sure the soil is well-draining.

Every two weeks to every month, we suggest adding a seaweed solution into the water to assist with a plentiful harvest.

Midyim Berry is a low-maintenance plant which makes it ideal for pot planting. Whilst full-sun conditions give it the best chance of heavy fruiting, part-sun on a sunny window will also produce fruit.

Use a high-quality, premium potting mix without fillers. Under watering and over watering is the most common challenge with growing Midyim Berries in pots.

Ensure they are well draining as sitting in water may cause root-rot

The berries are about the size of a blueberry and the flavour is reminiscent of blueberries with a touch of eucalyptus.

Midyim berries are great eaten fresh off the plant. They are also tasty in a fruit salad or savoury salad, or with ice cream or yoghurt, or in desserts or jams.

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Accidents happen. We're insured to refund or replace any plant that's arrived dead or in a condition that won't recover. Simply get in touch within 24 hours of delivery with some pics and we'll either refund or replace it.

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