Invasive Plant Species on the Sunshine Coast

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Yellow Archangel (Lamium Galeobdolon)

About Yellow Archangel

Yellow Archangel is a trailing evergreen, perennial groundcover with square stems. The heart-shaped leaves are typically variegated and slightly hairy with silvery-grey markings. For a short time, it has small upright yellow flowers. It is very aggressive and well adapted to growing in shaded and open areas. It spreads by vegetative runners, growing up and over forest- dwelling plants and smothering them. It takes over natural vegetation in forested areas, green belts, and riparian areas. The seeds are dispersed primarily by ants and it does not provide any nutritional or cover value to animals.

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