Tag Archives: invasive plants

Invasive plants to take root at RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Experts from the PCA’s Invasive Weed Control Group are to showcase 14 of the good, the bad and the ugly invasive non-native plants which are currently thriving in gardens across the country at this years RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Click here to read more:  http://press.rhs.org.uk/RHS-Shows/Chelsea/Press-releases/Invasive-plants-to-take-root-at-RHS-Chelsea-Flower.aspx



What is the difference is between 3 cornered garlic and few flowered garlic?

Actually they are very similar plants and smell gently of garlic if you brush past them or their leaves are crushed.  Unfortunately they can spread quickly and overtake our native garlic species Ramsons or Wild Garlic (Allium ursinum or Allium vineale)!
Both are considered invasive – would like more information?  Here is a great start ID_Allium_species_(Garlics)