Perennials < 3 m wide. Leaves are fleshy or leathery and held in rosette with or without basal trunk. Leaves have spiny or toothy margins. Flowers are often replaced by bulbils in axils of bracteoles.
To help protect our environment, from 1 September 2022, you:
Open or semi-open coastal areas, cliffs, banks, rocky outcrops, disturbed sites, open sites, pasture, wasteland, roadsides, canopy gaps, slips.
Seeds dispersed by water. Vegetative spread from bulbils, dispersed by water or human movement.
Forms monocultures, excluding native vegetation and altering habitat structure for native fauna.
Follow up treated areas 3 times per year. Encourage natural regeneration of native plants or replant treated areas where possible after 2-3 treatments to establish dense ground cover and minimise reinvasion.
CAUTION: When using any herbicide or pesticide please read the label thoroughly to ensure that all instructions and safety requirements are followed.