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Banned Plants are Popular for Landscaping
Some of the most popular landscaping plants may soon be ending up on New York’s list of outlawed plants. Norway maple, burning bush, and Japanese barberry hedge adapt well to almost any environment and reproduce quickly making them a staple in landscaping, but that is also why they are being banned.

Invasive plants are often brought from another country because they’ll look great in a garden. But when they break free of the planting beds, they overwhelm native ferns and shrubs, disrupting and entire ecosystem. The plant list is well under way with a team of scientists, including plant specialists from Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, creating a list of banned plants of both land and aquatic variety, such as hydrilla.

 
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Legislative Support to Combat Aquatic Invasive Species in Minnesota - The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has produced findings on the condition of our lakes and rivers that can’t be ignored. The DNR has identified bodies of water that are infested with a number of invasive aquatic plants, including nearly 300 lakes with infestations of Eurasian water milfoil. Nearly 200 lakes and rivers are infested with zebra mussels.


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