Another lovely addition to our creek banks has appeared after clearing away the weeds is the Sea Celery (Apium prostratum). This native ground cover not only revitalizes our riparian ridges, it is also a tasty herb that can add a native flavour to any of our dishes. I like to use fresh sprigs in soups or dry out the leaves as a seasoning, if you can get your hands on a seedling from a nursery they will be a great addition to your herb garden or pots.
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Sherwood Qld 4075 OCCA Resource Centre:
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Coopers Plains Qld 4108