A wetland perennial that is a noxious weed, highly invasive everywhere in the continental U.S. except Florida.
When strong, healthy zucchini plants wilt and then collapse into piles of yellow mush, blame the squash vine borer.
A charming but very invasive perennial vine.
A great diagnostic tool that signals when a tree has internal rot.
A small but furiously destructive pest.
A fungal parasite that affects only certain types of plants.
Small in size, big in damage.
When you look up at your favorite cedar tree and notice a gray-green scaly mat covering its branches, you’re likely to think, “Well, that tree’s a goner.”
Homegrown asparagus is delicious… and invasive.
Squirrels are almost everywhere—they live in urban and rural settings, in the North and the South, on the ground and in trees.