Gaultheria depressa, commonly known as Mountain Snow Berry and lpine Wax Berry, is a fruit bearing plant native to Australia (island of Tasmania) and New Zealand. Fruit is edible eaten fresh or cooked.
Fruit Bearing Plants
Rubus ludwigii or Silver Bramble is a fruit bearing shrub or bush native to South Africa. Fruit is edible; eaten fresh or or made into jams, wine, juice and used cooked in desserts. The plant is a member of the Rosaceae family.
Ancylobotrys capensis or Wild Apricot is a fruit bearing shrub or a creeper native to South Africa. Fruit is edible with a sweet and tasty acidic pulp. It is eaten fresh or is made into brandy, jelly or jam and vinegar.
Mahonia aquifoliu, Grape Mahonia, is a fruit bearing plant native to North American west coast. Fruit is eaten fresh mixed with other sweeter fruit, made into jelly and fruit wine.
Rhus tenuinervis or Kalahari Currant is a fruit bearing plant native to Africa. Fruit is edible and sweet, eaten fresh.
Grewia flava or Brandy Bush, is a fruit bearing plant native to Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and South Africa. Fruit is edible, eaten fresh or used to brew beer and to flavour alcohol.