These are the plants you need to pull out when you visit! Some of the photos I have put here might be natives - but I haven't worked that out yet!
We have lots of weeds - cotoneaster, agapanthas, onion weed - the one with the white flowers, black nightshade, blackberry, capeweed, cleavers (sticky weed), common vetch, freesia, quaking grass, oxalis, red ink weed, thistles, wall fumitory, white arum lily and the occasional sedge. Below are some of the most common.
30/10/16 Sisyrinchium micranthum (aka *Sisyrinchium iridifolium). Blue pigroot or striped rush-leaf; from Mexico. Quite pretty, but a bad guy, have to make sure the roots come out when you pull it out.
Onion grass (Romulea rosea var. australis)
Boneseed - Chrysanthemoides monilifera
Common Dipogon/Dolichus Pea (Dipogon lignosus)
Bad news, found Lonicera japonica - Japanese honeysuckle today - thought we had escaped it :( 4/6/16
Flax-leaf Broom (Genista linifolia)
This is Sweet Pittosporum (Pittosporum undulatum) and although it is a native, it is growing out of control at our place. Please pull it out while you are walking around.
Bridal Creeper (Asparagus asparagoides) which is a weed
It turns yellow in Summer which makes it easier to identify.
11/2017 - luckily we have found a biological control - a rust - which has stopped it from flowering this year - I wonder if that means there will be none next year?
Asparagus fern (Asparagus scandens) Such pretty flowers for a weed!
Bluebell creeper - native to WA but not Vic. This stuff is everywhere - pull it out! It looks a lot like Climbing Appleberry (another good guy) so be careful!
Blue Periwinkle or Vinca Major - not native in any part of Australia 7/5/16