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Jessica D. Lubell-Brand and Mark H. Brand

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Bryan A. Connolly and Mark H. Brand

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Mark H. Brand and Bryan A. Connolly

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Jessica D. Lubell

wet areas. This study showed that buttonbush has much greater landscape adaptability than previously recognized. American filbert performed very well, but was slower to produce comparable performing plants to the invasive controls, largely because of

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Bryan J. Peterson, Gregory J.R. Melcher, Ailish K. Scott, Rebecca A. Tkacs, and Andrew J. Chase

landscape adaptability. Lubell (2013) showed the high suitability of sweetgale to soils drier than those found in native habitats, which suggests that sweetgale could make a viable nursery crop that is reliably propagated from stem cuttings. Native species

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Darren J. Hayes and Bryan J. Peterson

—such as their colorful, bird-dispersed fruits; intermediate shade tolerance; and landscape adaptability—enabled them to become serious invaders in the North American landscape ( Conser et al., 2015 ; Koop et al., 2012 ). Despite broad concerns about