Other Non-Natives and Invasive Plants
(Along Troy Village Road, Spring Green WI))

Mix of Invasive Plants
Mix of Garlic Mustard, Motherwort, Creeping Charlie, Canary Reed Grass, and Day Lilies

Motherwort
(Leonurus cardiaca)
  • Non-native. (Brought over as an herb from Europe)
  • The leaves are lobed. 
  • Square 4-sided stem.

 

 

Motherwort
Photo: Spring - June

Creeping Charlie
(Glechoma hederacea)
  • Non-native. (Brought over from Europe as a ground cover.)
  • A Bright green perennial weed.
  • Round or kidney-shaped leaves with scalloped leaves.
  • Square 4-sided stem.

 

 

 

Creeping Charlie
Photo: Spring - June

Canary Reed Grass

 
Common Day Lily  
Queen Anne's Lace
Wild Carrot (Daucus carota)
  • Non-native.
  • A biennial plant
  • White lacey flower
  • Grows 2 to 4 feet tall

Queen Anne's Lace
Photo: Spring - May

Burdock
(Arctium minus)
  • Non-native.
  • Very common in pastures
  • Burs with hooked spines
  • Grows 5 to 8 feet tall

Burdock
Photo: Spring - May

Cow Parsnip
(Heracleum lanatum)
  • Non-native.
  • Found in moist areas along the road
  • Grows 4 to 9 feet tall

Cow Parsnip
Photo: Spring - May

Winter Cress
(Barbarea vulguris)
  • Non-native.
  • Hardy, aggressive weed
  • Clusters of small bright yellow flowers
  • Grows 1 to 2 feet tall

 

Winter Cress
Winter Cress
Photo: Spring - May

 

Troy Village Rd
Garlic Mustard
Garlic Mustard Flagged (2006)
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