you growing any of these in your garden?
particular plants (and more will appear here) are often the despair
of bush regenerators in Lane Cove National Park.
the park is surrounded by suburbs, with back fences bordering right
onto the park, it is easy for these plants to escape into the park.
They do it because they are so easily regenerated and because the
park has so many small waterways running into it from the surrounding
is the water from the gutters and from your gardens going to run?
Straight down to the river, dumping weed seeds
and cuttings along the creek lines as it goes!
of these plants has been chosen because it presents a problem in
Lane Cove National Park. As you walk along the river, or near a
creek running down to the river and see these weeds, think about
where they have come from.
they escaped from your garden?
out in plant nurseries for these menaces! Some of them are still
more information on these and more weeds you can pick up leaflets
at your local council or visit the following websites:
(More to come)
is what happens!
fern growing in a water course on the
Great North Walk directly below the garden