Invasives


Aster

(Taraxacum officinale)

(Solidago)Nature note #2
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

(Solidago)
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

(Solidago)
Photo from thespruce.com by David Beaulieu

(Solidago canadensis)

(Aster novae-angliae)

(Aster divaricatus)
Photo from wikimedia.org by Mets501

Autumn olive

(Elaeagnus umbellata)

Photo from wikimedia.org by Jaknouse

Photo from wikimedia.org by KENPEI

Berries

(Ampelopsis glandulosa)
Photo from wikimedia.org by Ram-Man

(Rubus phoenicolasius)
Photo from wikimedia.org by Rasbak

(Rubus phoenicolasius)
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

Buttercup

Lesser celandine

(Ficaria verna)
Photo from mdinvasives.org by Leslie J. Mehrhoff(Invasive page header photo)

Chicory

(Cichorium intybus)
Nature note - Blue flower
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB
Photo from missouriplants.com by Dan Tenaglia

Holly

(Mahonia aquifolium)

Honeysuckle

(Lonicera maackii)
Photo by Michelle Donahue, FCFCDB

(Lonicera Caprifolium)
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

(Lonicera japonica)

(Lonicera japonica)
Photo by Ginny Brace, FCFCDB

Pink

(Lonicera hispidula)

Poison Ivy

(Toxicodendron radicans)

Pokeberry

(Phytolacca americana)
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

Privet

(Ligustrum sinense)
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

Mustard

(Alliaria petiolata)
Photo from oregoninvasivespeciescouncil.org by Glenn Miller

Queen Anne Lace

(Daucus carota)
Nature note - White flower
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

Rose

(Rosa multiflora)

(Rosa multiflora)
Photo from wikimedia.org by Σ64

Sedge

St John's Wort

(Hypericum densiflorum)
Photo by Ginny Brace, FCFCDB

Stiltgrass

(Microstegium vimineum)
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB

(Microstegium vimineum)

Sumac

(Rhus glabra)
Photo from wikimedia.org

Vines

(Vitis)
Photo by Mike Kay, FCFCDB