Grass Weeds

The Grass Weeds are commonly overlooked, however, exotic grass species are
invading roadsides, reserves and bushland in Sydney and aggressively displace
native ground covers. Although many of these species are desirable pasture
grasses and turf grasses in home lawns, parks and playing fields, they are also
problematic bushland and garden weeds because they are capable of setting
copious volumes of viable seed within a short time of germination. While
many of these species only invade disturbed areas with adequate light levels,
some of these species are also shade tolerant, and thus can invade intact
bushland areas.

Pennisetum setaceum Crimson Fountain Grass & Swamp Foxtail Grass Pennisetum setaceum; Pennisetum alopecuroides
Liriope spp - fruit Liriope/Lily Turf Liriope spp.
Nassella tenuissima Mexican Feather Grass Nassella tenuissima
Cortaderia spp. Pampas Grass Cortaderia spp.
Ehrharta erecta Panic Veldt Grass Ehrharta erecta