These days we often describe things as “EVENTS.”
Rain events, storm events, flood events – it’s the language of our times.
Well, here’s yet another calamitous event to be aware of: The ANZAC TREE DAISY EVENT ….
Each year around Anzac Day, this exotic and invasive weed explodes into a mass of flowers.
It’s about to flower RIGHT NOW.
Anzac Tree Daisy (Montanoa hibiscifolia) is a native of Central America. Introduced as a garden plant, today it presents a clear risk to a substantial proportion of our remnant forests.
It has been identified in at least 20 properties locally and seems to be spreading rapidly.
YOU can help to stop its spread!
To find out how you can help:
- Refer to the latest flyer: Time to spray or slash Anzac Tree Daisy
- Click here to see photos and read more about the Anzac Tree Daisy Project.
- Check the fact sheets on our Plants page.
- Take a look at the Anzac Tree Daisy – Biosecurity QLD factsheet