SC-EPPC

South Carolina Exotic Pest Plant Council

South Carolina Exotic Pest Plant Council

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Exotic Invasive Plant Specis of South Carolina Brochure

Native plant alternatives to ornamental invasives


Ornamental Invasives

» Akebia quinata (Chocolate Vine)
» Berberis thunbergii (Japanese Barberry)
» Clematis terniflora
» Colocasia esculenta (coco yam, wild taro)
» Cortaderia selloana (Uraguayan Pampas Grass)
» Dioscorea polystachya (Chinese Yam)
» Elaeagnus pungens (Thorny Olive, Silverthorn)
» Eragrostis curvula
» Euonymus alatus (Winged Burning Bush)
» Euonymus fortunei (Winter Creeper)
» Ficaria verna
» Imperata cylindrica (Japanese Bloodgrass, Red Baron, or Cogongrass)
» Lespedeza bicolor (Shrub Lespedeza)
» Lonicera (Bush Honeysuckles)
» Miscanthus sinensis (Chinese Silvergrass)
» Nandina domestica (Sacred or Heavenly Bamboo)
» Nymphoides cristata (Crested Floating Heart)
» Phyllostachys aurea (Golden Bamboo)
» Paulownia tomentosa
» Quercus acutissima (Sawtooth Oak)
» Triadica sebifera (Chinese Tallow Tree)
» Ulmus parvifolia (Chinese Elm)
» Liriope muscari/Liriope spicata
» Early Detection and Rapid Response
» Why should we be concerned?
» Vinca, L. (Periwinkle)


Native Alternatives

» Sisyrinchium (Blue-eyed Grass)
» Tradescantia (Spiderwort)
» Ilex verticillata (Winterberry)
» Liatris (Blazing Star)
» Passiflora incarnata (Purple Passion Flower)
» Monarda (Beebalm)


Wildland Weeds

» Fall 2010
» Summer 2010
» Spring 2010
» Winter 2009
» Fall 2009
» Summer 2009
» Spring 2009
» Winter 2008
» Fall 2008

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