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Chalita Sriladda, Heidi A. Kratsch, Steven R. Larson, and Roger K. Kjelgren

elements for successful low-water landscapes because they require little maintenance, provide a natural look to the landscape ( Cane and Kervin, 2009 ; Kjelgren et al., 2009 ; McKinney, 2002 ), and honor natural habitats. Native plant landscaping also

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Jessica D. Lubell

recognized solution to the loss of invasive shrubs is the increased use of native shrubs for landscaping. A survey of 270 members of the CNLA found that growers strongly favored the promotion of native plants as a solution to the invasive plant problem

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Rosanna Freyre, Adam Moseley, Sandra B. Wilson, and Gary W. Knox

reserved for conservation in South Florida ( Gann et al., 2008 ). Since 2001, the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council (FLEPPC) has considered Mexican petunia as a Category I invasive plant, described as “plants that are altering native plant communities by

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Clinton C. Shock, Erik B.G. Feibert, Alicia Rivera, Lamont D. Saunders, Nancy Shaw, and Francis F. Kilkenny

Seeds of native plants are needed for rangeland restoration in the Intermountain West due to increasing rates of disturbance caused by non-native plant invasions and more frequent wildfires ( Balch et al., 2013 ; Liu and Wimberly, 2015 ). Postfire

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Edward W. Bush and Pamela B. Blanchard

. In early spring, students plant seeds of native plants. They maintain the seedlings over the spring semester. The teacher and school control the container yard and the seedlings during the summer to ensure that the irrigation system is working

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Jacob G. Ricker, Jessica D. Lubell, and Mark H. Brand

of native shrubs that maintain a compact habit. Native shrub cultivars have also been selected for having unique flower or foliage coloration or form compared with the straight species. Some consumer and conservation groups claim that native plant

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Clinton C. Shock, Erik B.G. Feibert, Alicia Rivera, Lamont D. Saunders, Nancy Shaw, and Francis F. Kilkenny

In the Intermountain West, native plant communities are being lost because of exotic plant invasions, changing fire regimes, and increasing human population pressure and activities ( Balch et al., 2013 ; Liu and Wimberly, 2015 ). The National Seed

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Pragati Shrestha and Jessica D. Lubell

The sustainable landscape featuring native plants is a rapidly expanding trend in horticulture. Native plants support wildlife, including pollinators, and are not invasive ( Tallamy, 2007 ). Some of the most popular and widely used plants for

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Bryn Takle, Cynthia Haynes, and Denny Schrock

group to be significantly different from one another. Continuing education. The data indicate that Iowa Master Gardeners have a strong interest in learning more about native plants (mean 3.41) and sustainable horticultural practices (mean 3.24) as

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Carlee Steppe, Sandra B. Wilson, Zhanao Deng, Keri Druffel, and Gary W. Knox

( Wunderlin et al., 2019 ). To date, trailing lantana has not been listed as a Category I or II invasive plant by the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council ( FLEPPC, 2019 ). However, based on a predictive test, the UF/IFAS Assessment of Non-Native Plants in