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On Oct 20, 2004, kennedyh from Churchill, Victoria Australia (Zone 10a) wrote:
This is an Australian native ginger. A clumping plant with upright arching stems to 2 m, having long fleshy green leaves. Small white flowers on the stem ends are followed by a raceme of blue fruits, each about 1.5 cm diameter. The fruits can be easily opened and the pith around the seeds eaten - it has a refreshing lemon taste. The seeds can be spat out.