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Buy local, buy native

8:53 PM, Mar. 8, 2014
Japanese barberry is a commonly planted non-native and highly invasive plant.
Japanese barberry is a commonly planted non-native and highly invasive plant.
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Spring is right around the corner and many of us are catching spring fever after a cold, snowy winter. As you gear up for spring planting and dream of warmer days to come, keep in mind the following tips.

The Lakeshore Invasive Species Management Area (LISMA) reminds you to purchase your plants from a local and knowledgeable source. Unfortunately, many catalog and online plant retailers still sell non-native, invasive species that are illegal in Wisconsin. Often you'll find these plants labeled with the incorrect scientific name, further complicating things.

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