12 Lyons Street Dover Heights NSW 2030

Remove one (1) Norfolk Island Pine located in the front yard. Norfolk Island hibiscus (Lagunaria patersonia) is regarded as an environmental weed, orpotential environmental weed in some parts of New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. This species has escaped gardens and invaded native vegetation, particularly in coastal areas. The tree causes skin irritation or allergic reaction, from just walking past the tree as hairs from the seedpods (both those on the tree and the fallen debris) become airborne. This fibreglass like splinters are painful and require removal with tweezers – often in the dozens. This tree was inspected and found to be of low ecological or horticultural value due to poor health and poor structure from being pruned away from the service line into the property.

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(Source: Waverley Council, reference TPO-234/2019)

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