Attractive blue or white flowers form umbrella-shaped clusters of small flowers December to February.
A clump forming lily with large arrow-shaped leaves. Has a white, funnel shaped flower with a yellow spike.
Listed as one of the world’s worst invasive species by the World Conservation Union.
Has large, glossy dark green leaves and white / purple tubular flowers on the stem of a spike.
A giant rhubarb-like plant up to 2m. Both the leaves and leaf stalks are covered in rubbery red prickles.
Considered a 'living fossil' as the species has been around for over 300 million years
A large lily with a simple stem up to 1m tall. Spreads quickly as seed is wind dispersed.
Can grow up to 4m with an extensive root system that can be up to 3m deep and up to 7m across.
Massive clump-forming perennial with thin leaves that tend to droop at the edges of clumps.
Green goddess lily
A clump-forming, evergreen plant with large glossy, leathery, dark green, arrow shaped leaves.
Competes with native species for light, space and pollinators and can dominate vegetation on stream banks.
Orange or crimson flowers appear from January to February on stems that give it zig-zag shaped appearance.
Large-clump forming grass up to 4 metres tall with erect fluffy, white pinkish or purplish flowerheads.
Named due to its tubers that look like nuts. It is considered an invasive species in over 90 countries.
Royal fern is deciduous (dies back in winter) and has large fronds growing up to 3m long.
Thistles invade large areas of pasture, unpalatable to stock and reduce pasture productivity.