Sexton's Bride

Also known as:
Indian Hawthorn, Yeddo Hawthorn
Family:
Rosaceae
Origin:
Japan, Korea

General description

Bushy shrub to about 3 m high. Leathery green leaves with serrated leaf margins on younger stems. Pale brown tomentose at first but becoming glabrous on both surfaces. Clusters of pink - white star shaped flowers with reddish centres, July-Dec. Black- dark purple spherical fruit, Mar-April.

Coastal cliffs, shrubland, forest.

Birds, gravity.

Has the potential to compete and replace native plants, especially in coastal areas.

Site management

Recommended approaches

1. Pull seedlings
2. Cut & stump paint (Vigilant gel).

Caution: when using any herbicide or pesticide PLEASE READ THE LABEL THOROUGHLY to ensure that all instructions and safety requirements are followed.

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RPMS status

Surveillance - Whole Region
Sexton's bride - Main species image