Native Alternatives to Invasive PlantsUnknown - 2006
The biggest enemy of any garden is not a pest, disease, or poison--it's any plant with tougher survival skills than the plants it competes with. The best way to weed out the invaders is with this fiendishly clever guide to native plants that can seek and destroy the top 100 most unwelcome perennials, grasses, vines, shrubs, and trees. While replacing the invaders, the beautiful, hardy native plants described here also attract native birds and butterflies, while turning away their own enemy invaders. Word-and-picture guides provide tips on care and maintenance, while helpful at a glance boxes depict shapes, sizes, best locations, and most attractive features of each native alternative.
Publisher: Brooklyn, NY : Brooklyn Botanic Garden, c2006.
Branch Call Number: 635.9519 BURRELL
Characteristics: 239 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 23 cm.
From Library Staff
For the thoughtful gardener: recommended wild native plants are featured to replace invasive plants that have similar features.