Lemon Myrtle is commonly grown across North Queensland

The leaves are often milled for many culinary purposes, producing a robust lemony flavour and smell. 

Lemon Myrtle has been found to be helpful in treating indigestion and gastrointestinal disorders. It is also high in calcium and a good source of Vitamin A and E. 

You will often see clusters of feathery flowers grow on the shrubs in Autumn which produce a spectacular fragrance.

Our Lemon Myrtle is Certified Organic