Invasive Plant Information for Vermont

The Vermont Master Gardener Program has teamed up with The Nature Conservancy of Vermont to promote awareness of invasive exotic plant species in the Vermont landscape.  Below you will find information on what constitutes an invasive exotic plant, how to deal with them, alternatives, and links to further information.

Several handouts on Wild Chervil because none of the above materials deal with it. These materials were compiled by Victoria Weber of Bethel, VT.


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Last modified: June 24, 2003