Suggested Indigenous Plants as Replacement Plants for Pest Plants

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Suggested Indigenous Plants as Replacement Plants for Pest Plants: Mornington Peninsula
KEY: SR Salt spray resistant CA Coastal areas HC Heavy and clay soils SS Sandy soils MEDIUM – LARGE TREES (over 6 metres) Acacia dealbata Acacia mearnsii Acacia melanoxylon Allocasuarina verticillata Allocasuarina littoralis Banksia integrifolia Eucalyptus cephalocarpa Eucalyptus obliqua Eucalyptus ovata Eucalyptus pauciflora Eucalyptus pryoriana Eucalyptus radiata Eucalyptus viminalis SMALL TREES – LARGE SHRUBS (2-6 metres) Acacia paradoxa Acacia sophorae Acacia verticillata Alyxia buxifolia Banksia marginate Bursaria spinosa Hakea sericea Hakea ulicina Leptospermum laevigatum Leucopogon parviflorus REPLACEMENT PLANT LT Lime tolerant WD Wet in winter, dry in summer HS Hedge or screening plant WS Wet situations Pest plant except near coast SR CA HC SS LT WD HS WS Silver Wattle Black Wattle Blackwood Drooping She-oke Black She-oke Coast Banksia Silver-leaved Stringybark Messmate Stringybark Swamp Gum White Sallee or Sriow Gum Rough-barked Manna Gum Narrow-leaved Peppermint Manna Gum Hedge Wattle Coast Wattle Prickly Moses Sea-box Silver Banksia Sweet Bursaria Silky Hakea Furze Hakea Coast Tea-tree Coast Beard-heath Swamp Paperbark Moonah Scented Paperbark Boobialla Golden Spray Melaleuca ericifolia Melaieuca lanceolata Melaleuca squarrosa Myoporum insulare Viminariajuncea MEDIUM SHRUBS (1-2 metres) Acacia myrtifolia Acacia suaveolens Allocasuarina paludosa Allocasuarina pusilla Atriplex cinerea Bossiaea cinerea Daviesia latifolia Goodenia ovata Goodia lotifolia Indigofera australis Hakea nodosa Leptospermum juniperinum Leptospermum myrsinoides Leucopogon virgatus Olearia axillaris Olearia tirata Platylobium obtusangulum Rhagodia baccata SMALL SHRUBS (under 1 metre) Correa alba Correa reflexa Dillwynia cinareseens Dillwynia glaberrima Epacris impressa Helichrysum apiculatum Helichrysum paralium Helichrysum semipapposum Hibbertia sericea Hibbertia strieta Hibbertia prostrata Leucophyta brownii Pultenaea daphnoides Pultenaea gunnii Tetratheca ciliata CLIMBERS Billardiera scandens Clematis microphylla Clematis aristata Comesperma volubile Glycine clandestine Hardenbergia violacea TUFTS AND TUSSOCKS Bulbine bulbosa Danthonia spp. Dianelia longifolia Dianella revoluta Dichopogon strictus Gahnia sieberiana Lkpidosperma spp. L,omandra longifolia Patersonia occidentalis Poa spp. Restio tetraphyllus Stylidium graminifolium Themeda triandra GROUND COVERS Dichondra repens Kennedia prostrate Microlaena stipoides Viola hederacea Swamp Paperbark Moonah Scented Paperbark Boobialla Golden Spray Myrtle Wattle Sweet Wattle Scrub She-oak Dwarf She-oak Coast Saltbush Showy Bossiaea Hop Bitter-pea Hop Goodenia Golden-tip Austral Indigo Yellow Hakea Prickly Tea-tree Silky Tea-tree Common Beard-heath Coast Daisy-bush Snowy Daisy-bush Common Flat-pea Seaberry Saltbush Cushion-bush White Correa Common Correa Grey Parrot-pea Smooth Parrot-pea Common Heath Common Everlasting Coast Everlasting Clustered Everlasting Silky Guinea-flower Erect Guinea-flower Bundled Guinea-flower Large-leaf Bush-pea Golden Bush-pea Pink-bells Common Appleberry Small-leaved Clematis Australian Clematis Love Creeper Twining Glycine Coral Pea Bulbine Lily Wallaby Grasses (various) Pale Flax-lily Black-anther Flax-lily Chocolate Lily Red-fruit Saw-sedge Sword-sedges (various) Spiny-headed Mat-rush Long Purple-flag Tussock Grasses (various) Tassel Cord-rush Grass Trigger-plant Kangaroo Grass Kidney-weed Running Postman Weeping Grass Ivy-leaf Violet Grasses and sedges have not been categorized. Advice on choice for specific locations should be sought from growers. This list is by no means comprehensive. It consists merely of local plants currently or soon to be available from Peninsula nurseries specialist in native plants. It will be progressively updated as more local species become available to the public. Prepared by Anne Read (Mt. Eliza Association for Environmental Care Inc.). October 1990 Myrtle Wattle Sweet Wattle Scrub She-oak Dwarf She-oak Coast Saltbush Showy Bossiaea Hop Bitter-pea Hop Goodenia Golden-tip Austral Indigo Yellow Hakea Prickly Tea-tree Silky Tea-tree Common Beard-heath Coast Daisy-bush Snowy Daisy-bush Common Flat-pea Seaberry Saltbush Cushion-bush White Correa Common Correa Grey Parrot-pea Smooth Parrot-pea Common Heath Common Everlasting Coast Everlasting Clustered Everlasting Silky Guinea-flower Erect Guinea-flower Bundled Guinea-flower Large-leaf Bush-pea Golden Bush-pea Pink-bells Common Appleberry Small-leaved Clematis Australian Clematis Love Creeper Twining Glycine Coral Pea Bulbine Lily Wallaby Grasses (various) Pale Flax-lily Black-anther Flax-lily Chocolate Lily Red-fruit Saw-sedge Sword-sedges (various) Spiny-headed Mat-rush Long Purple-flag Tussock Grasses (various) Tassel Cord-rush Grass Trigger-plant Kangaroo Grass Kidney-weed Running Postman Weeping Grass Ivy-leaf Violet October 1990