Cotoneaster has escaped gardens and has become naturalised near populated areas mainly in south-eastern Australia. It is an upright or arching shrub or small tree growing up to 5m in height. The production of abundant, highly viable seeds can be dispersed into native bushland and can form dense, long-lived stands that displace native shrub species. It is very hardy and can tolerate damp, cold, saline and drought stressed environments. It is potentially dangerous to stock and the fruit is considered poisonous to humans. (framed)
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