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  • Ways to prevent the spread of ribbon grass

    Ways to prevent the spread of ribbon grass
    Q: A friend told me that a grass with white variegation in my garden is ribbon grass and that I should remove it since it is considered an invasive plant. The plant that I have is spreading, but not at an alarming rate yet. I like the color that it adds to my shady garden. Should I remove it?
  • Glastonbury Group Urging Homeowners, Landowners To Be Wary Of Invasive Plant

    Glastonbury Group Urging Homeowners, Landowners To Be Wary Of Invasive Plant
    GLASTONBURY – Few invasives are harder to eradicate than Japanese knotweed. That's why Glastonbury Partners In Planting is warning homeowners and landowners to be on the look out for the invasive plant also known as Japanese bamboo. "It's an...

    Effort to fight invasive plants in California targets nurseries

    Effort to fight invasive plants in California targets nurseries
    The delicate, knee-high grass Nassella tenuissima rises like a pale yellow cloud, with wispy tassels spilling from needle-thin green stems. Mass-planted, the grass evokes a rippling golden sea. "If only those plants weren't so beautiful," Jan...

    The war on invasive species in the Great Lakes

    The war on invasive species in the Great Lakes
    Beneath the serene waters of Lake Michigan and other Great Lakes, a war rages. It pits armies of invaders bent on establishing colonies against a dwindling force of native lake dwellers. The invaders — at least 56 organisms not native to the Great...

    Lionfish cookbook puts recipes for invasive species on the menu

    Lionfish cookbook puts recipes for invasive species on the menu
    It's hot. It's humid. And just the thought of lighting up the barbecue grill causes sweat to drip from your brow. When temperatures soar, put the steaks and chops back in the freezer and think main-dish salads for dinner parties. Today at my blog,...