Most of us gardeners assume that the people that run our local garden center are knowledgeable and know exactly what they’re selling – and for the most part, that’s true. But what happens when some of the most commonly sold plants also happen to be some of the most invasive?
Due to the globalization of our society, it’s become very easy to get plants from different areas of the world, grow them, and sell them to gardeners everywhere.
Here’s a list of 16 of the most commonly sold invasive species. Watch out for them next time you’re browsing for a new plant for the yard!
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