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Naturalized fruit trees on new england new south wales australia roadsides



Naturalized fruit trees on new england new south wales australia roadsides



Search (North Balwyn) 13(7-8): 207-208



At least 35 taxa of alien woody plants are naturalized on New England (NSW) roadsides, many not listed as part of the region's flora. They include fruit trees which do not usually regenerate in situ, which occur more commonly on busier roads, and which appear to derive from seeds discarded by travellers. The frequencies of fruit tree [apple, pear, cherry, plum, peach, apricot] species are in similar proportion to numbers of seeds 'dispersed' from a metropolitan market. Roadside fruit trees harbour disease organisms, but may also include desirable unexplained genotypes and contribute to landscape aesthetic appeal.

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