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40 Myoora Rd, Terrey Hills NSW 2084
40 Myoora Road
Terrey Hills NSW 2084
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The Midyim Berry, also known as the Midgen Berry or Sand Berry, is a small, evergreen shrub native to coastal areas of eastern Australia. It typically grows to about 1-2 meters tall and wide, with dense, rounded foliage. The leaves are small and oval-shaped, about 1-2 cm long, and have a glossy green color. The flowers are small and white, borne in clusters at the ends of the branches. They bloom in spring and summer and are followed by small, white berries with purple speckles. The berries ripen in late summer and early autumn.
- Ornamental: Midyim Berry is a popular ornamental plant due to its compact size, attractive flowers, and drought tolerance. It can be used in borders, hedges, rockeries, or containers.
- Culinary: The berries of Midyim Berry are sweet and tangy, with a subtle eucalyptus flavor. They can be eaten fresh, used in jams, pies, and other desserts, or added to savory dishes for a unique flavor.
- Medicinal: Midyim Berry has been used in traditional Aboriginal medicine for a variety of ailments, including coughs, colds, and wounds. However, there is no scientific evidence to support these uses.
Growing and caring:
Midyim Berry is a relatively easy plant to grow. It prefers well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. It is drought tolerant once established, but will benefit from occasional watering during dry spells. It can be pruned to maintain its shape and size.
Midyim Berry typically grows to about 1-2 meters tall.
The berries of Midyim Berry can be used in a variety of culinary dishes. Here are a few ideas:
- Eat them fresh: This is the simplest and most enjoyable way to enjoy Midyim Berries. Simply rinse them and pop them in your mouth.
- Make a jam or jelly: Midyim Berries make a delicious and unique jam or jelly. Simply simmer the berries with sugar and pectin until thickened.
- Use them in pies and crumbles: Midyim Berries can be used in place of blueberries or other berries in pies and crumbles.
- Add them to yogurt or ice cream: Midyim Berries add a delicious pop of flavor to yogurt or ice cream.
- Use them in savory dishes: The sweet and tangy flavor of Midyim Berries can be used to add a unique flavor to savory dishes, such as salads, couscous, or roasted vegetables.
- When picking Midyim Berries, be sure to only pick ripe berries. Ripe berries will be soft and easy to pick.
- Midyim Berries can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a week.