Inkberry | Cestrum laevigatum - need to learn to recognise this one. It is a habitat transformer and competes against indigenous plants. The whole plant is poisonous. CARA Category 1; NEMBA Category 1b.

Inkberry | Cestrum laevigatum - need to learn to recognise this one. It is a habitat transformer and competes against indigenous plants. The whole plant is poisonous. CARA Category 1; NEMBA Category 1b.

Syringa | Melia azedarach - Remove from garden. Source: invasives.org.za

Syringa | Melia azedarach - Remove from garden. Source: invasives.org.za

Sword fern | Nephrolepis exaltata - Remove from garden. Source: invasives.org.za

Sword fern | Nephrolepis exaltata - Remove from garden. Source: invasives.org.za

Camphor tree | Cinnamomum camphora - removed and still removing. CARA 2002 – Category 1 but only in Limpopo, KZN, & Mpumalanga NEMBA - a. 1b in Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.

Camphor tree | Cinnamomum camphora - removed and still removing. CARA 2002 – Category 1 but only in Limpopo, KZN, & Mpumalanga NEMBA - a. 1b in Eastern Cape, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo and Mpumalanga.

Purple morning glory | Ipomoea indica - Remove from garden. It forms dense perennial growth that overtops and smothers other species. CARA 2002 – Category 1 in Limpopo, KZN, Mpumalanga, and Category 2 rest of South Africa Proposed legislation: NEMBA – Category 1b Source: invasives.org.za

Purple morning glory | Ipomoea indica - Remove from garden. It forms dense perennial growth that overtops and smothers other species. CARA 2002 – Category 1 in Limpopo, KZN, Mpumalanga, and Category 2 rest of South Africa Proposed legislation: NEMBA – Category 1b Source: invasives.org.za

Kahili ginger lily | Hedychium gardnerianum - removed. Competes with and replaces indigenous species. Existing legislation: CARA 2002 – Category 1 Proposed legislation: NEMBA – Category 1b

Kahili ginger lily | Hedychium gardnerianum - removed. Competes with and replaces indigenous species. Existing legislation: CARA 2002 – Category 1 Proposed legislation: NEMBA – Category 1b

Bugweed | Solanum mauritianum - Competes with and replaces indigenous riverine and forest margin species. Also competes with young trees in plantations, particularly pines and black wattle, inhibiting growth and causing stem deformation. It is a host of the KwaZulu-Natal fruit fly which is an economic pest. It has no fodder value and the plants are generally avoided by grazing animals. The unripe fruits are poisonous and the hairy leaves and stems can cause allergic dermatitis and asthma

Bugweed | Solanum mauritianum - Competes with and replaces indigenous riverine and forest margin species. Also competes with young trees in plantations, particularly pines and black wattle, inhibiting growth and causing stem deformation. It is a host of the KwaZulu-Natal fruit fly which is an economic pest. It has no fodder value and the plants are generally avoided by grazing animals. The unripe fruits are poisonous and the hairy leaves and stems can cause allergic dermatitis and asthma

Indian shot | Canna indica - gradually removing, though it keeps re-appearing. It competes with and replaces indigenous species. Existing legislation: CARA 2002 – Category 1 Proposed legislation: NEMBA – Category 1b

Indian shot | Canna indica - gradually removing, though it keeps re-appearing. It competes with and replaces indigenous species. Existing legislation: CARA 2002 – Category 1 Proposed legislation: NEMBA – Category 1b

Triffid weed | Chromolaena odorata

Triffid weed | Chromolaena odorata

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