Top 10 problem weeds in Bayside
Can grow 10m in one growing season.
Shiny, green leaves, popular for making 'Skippy' whistles.
Pampas Lily of the Valley
A scrambling herb often spread from dumped garden waste.
Fleshy seed often spread by birds and animals.
An evergreen creeper that forms a smothering mat.
(Agapanthus praecox subsp. praecox)
Spread by seed and dumped garden waste.
Distinctive green to black berries.
Highly invasive weed of national significance.
Small-leaved Cape Ivy
Seeds readily dispersed by wind.
Spread by wind, water and dumped garden waste.
For more information on weeds and invasive weeds in Victoria see the Agriculture Victoria website.
If the weed you are dealing with is not in our list, try using the Victorian weed finding tool.