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Invasive plants

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10 Plants You Should Never Include in Your Landscaping

Landscaping can involve much trial and error, but some plants are just born bad. Some of the most common landscaping features are also invasive species.

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Create a landscape of non-invasive ground cover and clumping grasses with ornamental grass. Make a focal point with pampas grass, and feather reed grass, or grow a border along your garden with miscanthus, and switchgrass. #noninvasive #grasses #grass

Create a landscape of non-invasive ground cover and clumping grasses with ornamental grass. Make a focal point with pampas grass, and feather reed grass, or grow a border along your garden with miscanthus, and switchgrass. #noninvasive #grasses #grass

These Invasive Plants Put on a Show During the Fall, But—Don't Be Fooled—They're Bad News

Despite the fact that invasive species are real pests, some of them are incredibly beautiful brought over from Europe or Japan for use as ornamental additions to a garden. These plants settled in, adapted to their new climate where they may have no natural enemies like insects or disease, and just started spreading.