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Posts Tagged: ornamentals

Invasive Spotlight: Invasive Plants

The flowers of French broom are attractive, but this invasive plant is not a good choice for landscapes. (Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)

People in urban and suburban areas often use the term “invasive” to describe plants or weeds that appear to take over a garden or landscape. However, true invasive plants are weeds that infest ecosystems, rangelands, and pasture—places...

Posted on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 10:00 PM

New Invasive Plant Resources

Dyer's woad. (S. Orloff)

Invasive plants—plants that can disperse, establish, and spread without human assistance or disturbance—pose a serious problem in California's waterways, wildlands and rangelands. Common garden weeds, unlike invasive plants, don't generally...

Giant Reed in a stream. (J. DiTomaso)
Giant Reed in a stream. (J. DiTomaso)

Giant Reed in a stream. (J. DiTomaso)

Posted on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 3:00 PM
Tags: DiTomaso (5), invasive plants (18), Kyser (2), nursery (10), Orloff (1), ornamentals (2), Stapleton (2), UC IPM (225), Wilen (11)
 
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