The Green Plum is most often found growing in tropical woodland country, or behind beach-front areas. The tree is slender, with large broad leaves, with the upper and lower sides looking very similar. Sprays of tiny cream flowers appear before fruiting. During the months Dec, Jan, Feb and Mar, the tree produces an abundant crop of very small yellowish-green fruit, each containing a large clinging seed.
The Green Plum was a favourite Bush Tucker and an important bush medicine. When it's ripe, it's still often green in colour, but soft and can be shaken from the . . .