African club moss
A small, fern groundcover with long, fine roots and creeping, slender, irregularly 'stems'.
Grows rapidly to cover large areas of ground with a thick mat of hairy, silvery-grey patched leaves.
Horse nettle is extremely invasive and hard to kill and all parts of the plant are poisonous.
Mouse ear hawkweed
Pale lemon-yellow flower heads (October to February) with leaves which lie flat to the ground.
Scrambling with green trailing stems and blue-violet flowers appear from January to December.
The plant stems covered in purple hairs and it has white flowers with purple dots inside (December to August)
Ragwort has bright yellow daisy-like flowers in spring and also has an unpleasant smell when crushed.
A low growing, ground cover. Has leaves with scalloped edges that are leathery to the touch.
This plant is a major pest in parts of Australia where it is commonly called ‘doublegee’.