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Chinese violet



family

Acanthaceae

status

Chinese violet (Asystasia gangetica ssp micrantha) is listed as
noxious in class 1 throughout NSW. It is a notifiable weed and cannot be
propagated or sold.  It has been recorded in the Newcastle area. Another form of the species, Asystasia gangetica ssp gangetica is commonly planted as an ornamental and is less weedy, though it has been recorded naturalising in Queensland and the Northern Territory.

View the fact sheet for this weed here:







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