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- Loosestrife: Correspondences
- Lythrum salicaria Folk Names: Blooming Sally, Lythrum, Partyke, Purple Willow Herb, Rainbow Weed, Sage Willow, Salicaire Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Earth Deity: Power: Peace, Protection...
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Suggested Pdf Resources
- Purple Loosestrife: An Exotic Menace
- Species Description.
- PURPLE LOOSESTRIFE IN MICHIGAN
- Information on this wetland plant, its arrival in North America, distribution, ecological effects and control measures.
- PURPLE LOOSESTRIFE
- Purple loosestrife has many garden varieties that are sold under approximately 25 Purple loosestrife is in the Lythraceae family, which is the loosestrife family.
- Purple Loosestrife
- An invasion of purple loosestrife leads to a loss of plant and wildlife diversity.
Suggested News Resources
- Horicon Marsh free of loosestrife
- HORICON — At first glance, the flowery spikes of the purple loosestrife plants are a beautiful sight to behold. But for those managing the wildlife habitat at the Horicon Marsh, the European perennial is a blight in the 32000-acre wetland.
- Don't be fooled by the prettiness of purple loosestrife
- By Arlene Koch AP Photo | JOE HARPRINGA bee collects nectar from a purple loosestrife bloom near Nashville, Ind. on July 21. The early morning fog in the valley was thick the day I wrote this column.
- Plant of the Week: Purple Loosestrife
- But purple loosestrife has marched from Eurasia into our waterways and wet areas, clogged rivers, pushed out native plants, upset the habitat of insects, birds and small mammals and is here to stay.
- Purple Loosestrife: Pretty, but damaging
- When purple loosestrife takes hold, it crowds out native plants that wildlife depends on for a food source, thereby reducing biodiversity.
- WI Residents Asked To Control Spread Of Invasive Plant
- By KBJR News 1 Madison, WI (Northland's NewsCenter) Purple loosestrife is in full bloom across Wisconsin and state invasive species officials are asking for citizens to help control these invaders.
Suggested Web Resources
- Purple Loosestrife: What you should know, what you can do
- Mar 6, 2009 Purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria), a beautiful but aggressive invader, arrived in eastern North America in the early 1800's.
- Loosestrife - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Loosestrife is the common name of a number of different flowering plants.
- Invasive Species - Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) - WDNR
- Purple loosestrife is a perennial herb 3-7 feet tall with a dense bushy growth of 1- 50 stems. The stems, which range from green to purple, die back each year.
- Yellow Loosestrife - Lysimachia punctata
- Yellow Loosestrife - Perennial Garden Flowers photos and quick reference.
- Purple Loosestrife in the Great Lakes Region
- Jan 28, 2004 Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) is a wetland plant from Europe and Asia.
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