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Ask a Master Gardener: What to do about garden invasives?

COMMON INVASIVE SPECIES that you might find in your garden or landscape often started out as decorative landscape plants. Plants like knotweed (pictured), goutweed, burning bush and Japanese barberry were once imported for their attractive and vigorous garden characteristics.

Common invasive species that you might find in your garden or landscape often started out as decorative landscape plants. Plants like knotweed, goutweed, burning bush and Japanese barberry were once imported for their attractive and vigorous garden characteristics.

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