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Invasive Plants

One in the Plants Plus Series – a remix of past training presentations, printed materials and other references focused on specific plants or topics to help you increase your knowledge so you can better answer homeowner questions. To get two hours of continuing education credit for watching the video presentations and reading the articles, just complete the short quiz! This Plants Plus package focuses on invasive plants.

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Ox-eye Daisy, Leucanthemum vulgare

White daisy flowers dancing in the wind – pretty or just another pest? If it’s ox-eye daisy, Leucanthemum vulgare, beware! Although this introduced species is attractive when in bloom, it readily self seeds and can become a weed in turfgrass and in pastures if it escapes the garden. Read on to learn more about ox-eye daisy…

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Yellow toadflax, Linaria vulgaris

Yellow toadflax is a weedy Eurasian species of Linaria that has naturalized throughout the country. Although it has pretty yellow flowers, this perennial spreads by creeping rhizomes, making it difficult to control. Learn more about this plant in this article…

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