Native Kapok Bush

Native Kapok Bush

Native from the Kimberley to the Cobourg Peninsula, the roots of the younger trees were roasted over hot coals and eaten. The bush grows to 5 to 6 metres and produces a yellow flower. The yellow petals were eaten. The trunks inner bark can be fashioned into bush twine. Yougn dried out stems make fire sticks.

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