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Invasive Plants

"Invasive Plants are non-indigenous species or strains that become established in natural plant communities and wild areas, replacing native vegetation" - Invasive Plants Association of Wisconsin
           

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Invasive Plants in Indiana

Bicolor lespedeza
Creeping Jenny
Japanese stilt grass
Purple winter creeper
Black alder
Common privet
Sericea lespedeza
Bicolor lespedeza
Creeping Jenny
Japanese stilt grass
Purple winter creeper
Black locust
Common Reed
Maiden grass
Siberian elm
Buckthorn, glossy
Crown vetch
Multiflora rose
Smooth brome
Buckthorn, common
Dame's rocket
Norway apple
Star of Bethlehem
Bush honeysuckle
Garlic mustard
Oriental bittersweet
Tall fescue
Canada thistle
Highbush cranberry
Periwinkle
Tree of heaven
Creeping Charlie
Purple loosestrife
White mulberry


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