Ornamental Grass Threatens Native Biodiversity

Ornamental grasses are increasingly popular in landscaping. One species being offered in nurseries and online is ribbongrass, or Phalaris arundinacea var. picta (‘Castor’, ‘Feesey’, ‘Strawberries and ...
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