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Bunggaga, also known as Black Boy Palm, reminds me of a jack of many trades kind of plant. At the top you have the seasonal stem flower that grows out and the nectar can eaten as a sweet treat. Then you have the leaves that when pulled out of the head of the plant can be chewed to rehydrate. Then the stump which can be used to make glue for spears. Lastly, at the bottom witchety grubs can often be found hidden underneath. Bunggaga is such an iconic plant in Far North Queensland and always brings me joy when I see them.
This piece was created on Gimuy Walubara Yidinji Country in Cairns, QLD.
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