Don’t Be Tempted by Invasive Plants

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Some plants look appealing, but beware—they are more trouble than they’re worth, explains Garden Manager Steven Schwager.

Berkeley Sedge, Italian Arum, Four O’Clocks, Three-cornered Leeks and Forget-Me-Nots. All are attractive plants that might seem like a good addition to your greenery, but don’t be led astray when you’re shopping for your garden. These are plants that quickly take over every inch they can, and require diligent maintenance to keep them under control. In this video, Steven shows each plant’s appearance and why you’re better off choosing something else.

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