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Invasive

Invasiveness can be a blessing and a curse at the same time. Usually the most invasive plants are also the strongest and most competitive, and if they provide food or other useful products, we appreciate those characteristics. Just be careful how and where you grow these, as they can easily get out of hand and may be hard to get rid of after they have established themselves.

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Abrus precatorius – Jequirity Bean, Rosary Pea
A slender climbing plant native to India with pinnate leaves and pink flowers followed by short pods that release bright red colored seeds with a black tip. These are popular as beads for rosaries and natural jewelry, despite being highly toxic. The toxin they contain, abrin, is similar to ricin, th..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
A well known and popular, very fast growing ornamental tree to 15 m tall, native to eastern Australia with dark green, bipinnate, feathery foliage and wonderfully scented, golden yellow flowers in great profusion in early spring. Seeds should be scarified or briefly immersed in boiling water before ..
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Acacia erioloba – Camel Thorn, Giraffe Thorn
A typical tree of the drier parts of southern Africa, Acacia erioloba is widespread and common in various types of savanna and is a dominant tree species especially in Namibia and Botswana. Acacia erioloba grows into a small to medium-sized tree and bears yellow, spherical flowers followed by furry,..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Acacia longifolia subsp. sophorae – Coastal Wattle
Widespread in coastal eastern and southern Australia and Tasmania, this moderate, spreading shrub is a typical plant of seashores and usually found on sandy soils. It makes a lovely and profusely flowering ornamental for temperate and warm temperate climates and also a great windbreak and stabilizer..
From EUR 4.60 Low Stock
Acacia mearnsii – Black Wattle
A medium-sized tree originally native to forests in southeastern Australia and Tasmania with fern-like foliage and creamy white, globose flowers. It is a popular ornamental for warm temperate climates in USDA zones 8 to 11 but also widely used in forestry for a multitude of purposes. It has a reputa..
From EUR 4.50 In Stock
Acacia melanoxylon – Australian Blackwood
A variable, moderate, evergreen tree rarely more than 20 m tall with a dense crown of dark green phyllodes and spikes of cream white, scented flowers. Acacia melanoxylon is native to coastal eastern and southeastern Australia, including Tasmania. It makes a lovely ornamental for warm temperate and s..
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Acer negundo
A small to medium-sized tree to 15 m tall with smooth bark and pinnate, light green leaves. Acer negundo is widely distributed throughout North America and south to the highlands of Guatemala. It makes a very robust, attractive and cold hardy ornamental for temperate climates...
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Acrostichum aureum – Mangrove Fern, Golden Leather Fern
A large, vigorous, cycad-like fern with pinnate leaves to 1.8 m tall that have broad, leathery leaflets. Acrostichum aureum is widespread and common in the tropics and most often seen colonizing disturbed, open, coastal wetlands, including mangrove swamps as it is quite salt tolerant...
From EUR 6.00 In Stock
A medium-sized to fairly large but relatively short-lived tree that rarely grows taller than 30 m, with broadly pinnate leaves to 1 m long and small, white flowers. Ailanthus altissima is very fast growing and easily established, but can also become a nuisance as it spreads by root suckers when tryi..
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Ailanthus excelsa – Indian Tree of Heaven
A large, dry-deciduous tree to about 25 m tall, native to dry forests in India and Sri Lanka, with a spreading crown of pinnate leaves and small, white flowers followed by winged, reddish fruits. It is a popular and very undemanding shade tree for the tropics but also used for fodder, wood and in tr..
From EUR 4.50 In Stock
Akebia quinata – Chocolate Vine
This attractive, evergreen vine produces loads of chocolate-pink flowers while its fruits are an unusual lavender-pink color and contain an edible pulp that is popular in Japan. Akebia quinata is native there and in central and eastern China. The plant makes a fine ornamental and reportedly has many..
From EUR 5.20 Low Stock
Albizia julibrissin – Persian Silk Tree
This small to medium-sized, deciduous tree, native from the Kaspian Sea to eastern Asia divides gardeners into those who love it for its fast and easy growth, ferny foliage and its profuse display of dainty white and pink flowers and those who hate it for being messy and invasive. In any case, it is..
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Albizia lebbeck – Lebbek Tree, Frywood
A large tree native to southern Asia to 1600 m with pinnate foliage and intensely fragrant, feathery greenish yellow flowers followed by papery seed pods. Apart from being a popular ornamental, it has a wide variety of other uses...
From EUR 4.60 In Stock
Aleurites moluccana – Candlenut
A medium-sized tree with a compact, dense crown of attractive, trilobed leaves. Originally native from tropical Asia to northeastern Australia it is widely cultivated today throughout the tropics for its many uses. The large seed kernels are so rich in oil they can be used as candles. Also, they are..
From EUR 10.50 Low Stock
Amaryllis belladonna – Belladonna Lily
A stunning, lily-like perennial which produces large, bright pink flowers on tall, dark red stalks in autumn. These are followed by tuft of strap-like, thick leaves from a large, underground bulb. Amaryllis belladonna is native to South Africas Cape Province and is adapted to mediterranean style cli..
From EUR 5.10 In Stock
A pretty, large, spreading shrub with pinnate leaves and upright spikes of purple flowers, widely distributed in North America, where it favors forest edges, prairies and scrublands often on dry soils...
From EUR 4.20 In Stock
Amphilophium crucigerum – Monkey Comb
Widely distributed from Mexico through tropical South America, this climber sports large, heart-shaped leaves and white flowers with a yellow throat followed by large, spiny seed pods. It is a popular ornamental in the tropics but also has invasive potential and should be sited with care...
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Andropogon bicornis – West Indian Foxtail Grass
This perennial grass is amply distributed from Florida and Mexico to Central and South America, where it grows along roadsides, riverbanks, forest margins and in pastures. It forms dense tufts of robust, upright culms that reach up to 2.5 m in height, the leaf blades are keeled and smooth, with roug..
From EUR 4.30 In Stock
Antidesma dallachyanum – Herbert River Cherry
A medium to large, evergreen tree native to northern Australia with simple leaves and clusters of edible fruit that turn black when ripe and are sweet with pleasent acidity. They can be eaten fresh or used for making juices and jams. With ample moisture, good light and a tropical or frost free warm ..
From EUR 4.60 In Stock
A very popular palm from Australia with grass green, feather-shaped leaves with silver undersides and slender crownshafts. The small, bright red fruits are produced in large quantities. The King or "Alexander" Palm will grow in a wide range of climates from tropical to cool temperate, and does excel..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Ardisia crenata – Christmas Berry, Australian Holly
A pretty, small, sparsely branching shrub rarely more than 1 m tall with dark green, waxy leaves and fragrant, white to pink flowers followed by bright red fruits that are present throughout much of the year in tropical climates. Ardisia crenata makes a robust, carefree and shade tolerant ornamental..
From EUR 4.60 Low Stock
Asclepias curassavica 'Silky Gold' – Tropical Milkweed
A small, weedy subshrub that is widespread in the New World tropics and has been introduced elsewhere. It is mainly grown for its attractive flowers that appear year-round and is a popular nectar plant for butterflies. The caterpillars of Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) also feed on its leave..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Asclepias curassavica – Tropical Milkweed
A small, weedy subshrub that is widespread in the New World tropics and has been introduced elsewhere. It is mainly grown for its attractive flowers that appear year-round and is a popular nectar plant for butterflies. The caterpillars of Monarch butterflies (Danaus plexippus) also feed on its leave..
From EUR 4.50 In Stock
Asparagus aethiopicus – Sprenger's Asparagus
A small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots fine, needle-like foliage, native to western South Africa. It adapts well to a wide variety of situations in warm temperate and tropical climates in USDA Zones 9 and above and also makes an excellent house plant. It is widely cultivated and also often ..
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Asparagus densiflorus is a small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots, native to coastal dunes, rocky outcrops or woodlands from the southeastern Cape in South Africa north to southern Mozambique. The cultivar Mazeppa forms broad, arching shoots with fine, needle-like foliage and a conifer-like a..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Asparagus densiflorus 'Meyersii' – Meyers Emerald Fern
Asparagus densiflorus is a small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots, native to coastal dunes, rocky outcrops or woodlands from the southeastern Cape in South Africa north to southern Mozambique. The cultivar Meyersii forms upright or arching, compact, cat tail-like shoots with fine, needle-like..
From EUR 5.20 In Stock
Asparagus densiflorus 'Myriocladus'
Asparagus densiflorus is a small, semi-woody plant with fern-like shoots, native to coastal dunes, rocky outcrops or woodlands from the southeastern Cape in South Africa north to southern Mozambique. The cultivar Myriocladus forms ferny, fluffy, upright shoots with fine, needle-like foliage and a co..
From EUR 4.90 In Stock
Even though native to Yemen on the Arabian Peninsula, eastern and southern Africa, this fern-like, small Asparagus is surprisingly cold hardy and suitable for temperate climates down to USDA Zone 7. It forms much and finely branched, feathery shoots to rarely more than 1 m tall. It is popular as a l..
From EUR 4.60 In Stock
Asphodelus fistulosus subsp. fistulosus – Hollow-Stemmed Asphodel
This perennial forms clusters of tubular leaves from an underground rhizome. The upright, sparsely branched inflorescences hold masses of small, flowers with white petals that have a narrow, reddish brown central stripe. Asphodelus fistulosus is widespread from the Canary Islands and Azores through ..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
Asphodelus tenuifolius – Wild Onion
This annual forms clusters of tubular leaves from an underground rhizome. The upright, sparsely branched inflorescences hold masses of small, flowers with white petals that have a narrow, reddish brown central stripe. Asphodelus fistulosus is widespread from the Canary Islands throughout the Mediter..
From EUR 4.80 In Stock
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