Midyim Berry Plant

Doesn't arrive alive?
We'll refund you!*

Australian-grown
and Owned.

Great for cooking!

 

Midyim Berries or Midgen Berry (Austromyrtus dulcis) 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.

 

Botanical Name: Austromyrtus dulcis
Plant Size: Seedling pot, min 12 cm tall
Frost Tolerance: Once established.
Drought Tolerance: Once established.
Soil Type: Well-draining, loamy, sandy or clay soil.
Sun: Full-sun or Part-sun.
Size:  1m+ Shrub.
Pots: Does well in pots.
Feeding: Feed a high-quality native plant food every 6 months, especially after flowering.

 

Grow it like a pro! Check out the full care guide by clicking here.

Due to biosecurity restrictions, we cannot send plants to WA, NT or Tasmania. If you order, your plants will be refunded.

*Our 24-hour plant guarantee means that any plants that have died in transit will be refunded to you when we receive photos from you at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au within 24 hours of the receipt of the delivery. 

Can I pickup my order?
Yes you can! Please wait for the confirmation for pickup email which will get sent after it's packed (usually after 48 hours of ordering).

What plant suits my climate?
Check out our Plant Climate Map by clicking here for information on which plants grows where you

How can I track my order?
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I want to have my pick-up sent to me, can you help?
Definitely! Please send us an email at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au for support.

Something is missing/broken in my order! Can you please help?
Oh no! Of course we can! Please send our support team an email at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au and we'll aim to get back to you within 48 business hours.

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AUSTRALIA:
All orders are shipped by AusPost from our Melbourne warehouse. For plant orders, we strongly encourage you to purchase express at the checkout.
Shipping fee: Starting at $9.95 Standard, $15 Express
Please allow an additional 1-3 days for your order to be picked and packed.
Standard: 2-8 business days
Express: 1-4 business days

WORLD:
All international orders are shipped by Sendle from our Melbourne warehouse.
Shipping fee: Starting at $9.95 (AUD)
All countries: 5-30 business days

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Did someone say delicious bush food plant?...

Midyim Berries (aka midgen berry or sand berry) is one of the tastiest natives you'll ever find. Home to the sub-tropical eastern coast, they are hardy and grow well in cool conditions. The shrub grows white berries with purple dots that taste sweet, mildly spicy and super YUMMY! The best part is that fruiting occurs immediately, with peak fruiting after 3-4 years. They're a great habitat for bees and butterflies, and thrive extremely well in pots.

Doesn't arrive alive?
We'll refund you!*

Australian-grown
and Owned.

Great for cooking!

 

Midyim Berries or Midgen Berry (Austromyrtus dulcis) 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.

 

Botanical Name: Austromyrtus dulcis
Plant Size: Seedling pot, min 12 cm tall
Frost Tolerance: Once established.
Drought Tolerance: Once established.
Soil Type: Well-draining, loamy, sandy or clay soil.
Sun: Full-sun or Part-sun.
Size:  1m+ Shrub.
Pots: Does well in pots.
Feeding: Feed a high-quality native plant food every 6 months, especially after flowering.

 

Grow it like a pro! Check out the full care guide by clicking here.

Due to biosecurity restrictions, we cannot send plants to WA, NT or Tasmania. If you order, your plants will be refunded.

*Our 24-hour plant guarantee means that any plants that have died in transit will be refunded to you when we receive photos from you at hello@melbournebushfood.com.au within 24 hours of the receipt of the delivery. 

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