Researcher identifies windmill palm and Argentinian vervain as potential invasive species

Windmill palms, muscari and verbena bonariensis (Argentinian vervain) are three plants among 30 that University of Reading researchers believe could have a future impact on the UK countryside.

by Matthew Appleby

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