Titirangi gardener Euan Macduff peers out from a mass of agapanthus flower heads. Agapanthus is popular in gardens, but in 2006 was added to the list of plants banned by the Auckland Regional Council. Biosecurity New Zealand was looking to make this a national ban in 2007. The aim was to limit its spread from gardens into native forest. Auckland city is reputed to have over 200 weed species.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
New Zealand Herald
Reference: 30 January 2006
Photograph by Glenn Jeffrey
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