Erica

Sixth Creek Flora

The following plant species have been observed in the Sixth Creek Catchment Group worksites or have originally occurred along Sixth creek and are suitable for use in revegetation of riparian areas. The riparian area is the watercourse and boundaries that go underwater during high flow. The area higher than this is referred to as the riparian high slopes or transitional zone. Plants have been listed alphabetically by species name. It is intended as guide and is not exhaustive.

SpeciesCommon NameDescription
Acacia paradoxaKangaroo Thorn
Acacia pycnanthaGolden Wattle
Acacia retinodesWirrilda
Acaena echinata

Thistles will spread readily and are best treated or removed in their young and active growing stage.

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We acknowledge the deeply spiritual connection of the Kaurna and Peramangk Nations with Country and we pay our respect to Elders past, present and future as the traditional custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.

We are committed to working together to ensure that the Kaurna and Peramangk culture and traditions are preserved and valued. Together we will care for this country for the generations to come.

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