UVM Educational Invasive Woody Plants and their Alternatives Garden

 

 


 

         
     
         

 


 

  Invasive   Alternative
       

Acer platanoides Acer saccharum
Ailanthus altissima Rhus typhina 'Laciniata'
Berberis thunbergii Weigela florida (various cultivars)
Berberis vulgaris Cornus mas
Celastrus orbiculatus Celastrus scandens    
Elaeagnus angustifolia Pyrus salicifolia    
Elaeagnus umbellata Hippophae rhamnoides
Euonymus alatus Aronia arbutifolia (Photinia pyrifolia)
Lonicera japonica Lonicera sempervirens
Lonicera  maackii Deutzia x lemoinei
Lonicera tatarica Kolkwitzia amabilis   
Rhamnus cathartica  Myrica pensylvanica (Morella pensylvanica)
Robinia pseudoacacia  Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis
       

 


 

  Morning Class   Afternoon Class  
     
  Relocation of plants for demonstration garden   Installation of demonstration garden  

 

 

Installed by Honors College Global Change Biology Class - Spring 2007
under the direction of:

Professor Jane Molofsky (Department of Plant Biology
and
Professor Mark Starrett (Department of Plant and Soil Science)

 

Demonstration garden is part of University of Vermont's commitment to education and outreach on important environmental issues. For further information see Greening UVM.
University of Vermont is a member of the New England Invasive Plant Center 

 


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