Also known as:
Cocos palm produce large numbers of seeds which can be spread by flying foxes and other animals. They grow readily in riparian areas and eucalypt forests.
Cocos palms are a large single stemmed tree with average height of 12 m its leaves are up to 5 m long. Large clusters of small fruit turn orange-yellow.
Contact your local council weeds officer for control advice for
Cocos palm (Syagrus romanzoffiana).
The content provided here is for information purposes only and is taken from the Noxious Weeds (Weed Control) Order 2014
published in the NSW Government Gazette, detailing weeds declared noxious in New South Wales, Australia, under the Noxious Weeds Act 1993
. The Order lists the weed names, the control class and the control requirements for each species declared in a Local Control Authority area.
Lord Howe Island
Regionally Controlled Weed
The plant must be fully and continuously suppressed and destroyed and the plant must not be sold, propagated or knowingly distributed
For technical advice and assistance with identification please contact
your local council weeds officer
For further information call the NSW Invasive Plants and Animals Enquiry Line
on 1800 680 244
or send an email to email@example.com