New study shows how gardeners can identify invasive plant threats

A UK study published in the journal Biological Invasions shows how "gardeners' knowledge can help identify potentially problematic species in the early stage of the invasion process" and found Spanish Bluebell, monbretia, Japanese anemone and yellow archangel were the most commonly seen difficult to control plants.

by Matthew Appleby
Spanish bluebell
Spanish bluebell

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