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Thanks for the book recommendation.

It's hard to let some of those invasives go, but very important. I remember how sad I was when I realized years ago that Buddleia is invasive... it's just such a delicious plant!

And I can totally empathize with the multiflora rose/Norway maple situation... they are out of control where I currently live. The multiflora rose and the Buddleia are most dangerous in riparian zones, where they push out other swampy plants.

Thanks again for the book suggestion.

blackswamp_girl (Kim)

Great article--I'll have to check out that book. Here's an online reference that also lists native alternatives. I refer to it something, but didn't realize that my doublefile viburnum was an invasive!

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