Native Lemon Grass (cymbopogon ambiguus) is seriously our favourite ingredient of them all. Not just for their sherbet bomb flavour, but because it is also a fantastic digestive.
Not as juicy as the lemongrass you might be used to. The stalks are study grass with fluffy tops and are a very pale straw-like colour. It has a beautiful lemon sherbet flavour. We use it in our Aussie Lemon Tea but it is can be used in broths, to stuff meat or infused into all kinds of sweet treats.
We sell our Native Lemongrass in two ways, dried and powdered or dried and whole stalk, in a resealable bags for absolute freshness.
Learn more about Native Lemon Grass.
◎ Common Name: Native Lemon Grass
◎ Scientific or Latin Name: Cymbopogon ambiguus
◎ Comparison: Lemongrass
◎ Seasonality: All year dried
◎ Region: Widely grown
◎ Size: This comes in 50g in a compostable resealable food safe bag or 1 kilo bulk bag. Contact us for Wholesale or larger bulk orders.
Depending on availability this comes as stalk and or powder.
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This spice is featured in these recipes in Warndu Mai:
If you like Native Lemon Grass then you will love our Australian Native Three Lemon Loose Tea or Morning Tea Twin Pack. Or make cleaning up a delight with the aroma of our Lemon Myrtle, Native Lemongrass & Kakadu Plum Dishwashing Soap Bar.
Warndu means good in the Adnyamathanha language. Our mission is to REGENERATE culture, community, tradition, health and our soils. Every product we make includes one or more Australian Native ingredients.
Our products are all made in Australia from 100% locally sourced, seasonal and wild harvested produce.
In our efforts to be zero waste and plastic free, and with the changes to recycling in Australia, we will be phasing out all bags that you purchase. For now you may receive your spices, teas and home products in either black, white or clear plastic, and once that is all gone our amazing new compostable plant-based packaging will be what you will receive products in.
Thanks for your patience and understanding whilst we endeavour to tread lightly on your yarta (land).