Cotoneaster glaucophyllus

Cotoneaster at Cook, ACT

Cotoneaster glaucophyllus at Cook, ACT - 28 Feb 2024
Cotoneaster glaucophyllus at Cook, ACT - 28 Feb 2024
Cotoneaster glaucophyllus at Cook, ACT - 28 Feb 2024
Cotoneaster glaucophyllus at Cook, ACT - 28 Feb 2024
Cotoneaster glaucophyllus at Cook, ACT - 28 Feb 2024
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Cotoneaster glaucophyllus 1 Mar 2024 MichaelMulvaney
Cotoneaster sp. 28 Feb 2024 sjl124

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Multiple Cotoneaster in vicinity of Bourne, Dugdale and Dexter Streets. Many well-established and some beginning to fruit. Most well-established are on the side of the footpath leading past the Dexter St/Bourne St playground down to the bike path, from behind 92 Bourne down to behind 13 Bourne St. Other plants: on the other side of the footpath behind 108 Dexter; pushing through melaleuca behind 124 Dexter; in the reserve on the other side of Dexter St behind 6/2 Sexton and 10/16 Sexton, plus a small one in the middle of that patch; and on the roadside behind 3 Kumm Pl.

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Tapirlord wrote:
   29 Feb 2024
Image 2 is Cotoneaster franchetii, the rest are Cotoneaster Glaucophyllus. Probably many of these were planted before Cotoneasters were placed on the ACT prohibited plant list

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  • 20 Abundance
  • 28 Feb 2024 06:26 PM Recorded on
  • sjl124 Recorded by

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  • 1 metre to 5 metres Plant height

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