New York’s Worst Invasives No One Has Ever Heard Of (Daniel Atha)

Eleven non-native plant species have recently been discovered in New York City. Some are highly invasive and pose a serious threat to garden and natural areas. Hear how they were discovered and learn the key characters for identification. Daniel Atha (of The New York Botanical Garden) co-manages the New York City EcoFlora, a community science project to document the wild flora of New York City.

 Bill Paterson Nature Center, Muttontown Lane, Syosset, NY, USA