Land Plants - invasive

Yellow Archangel (Lamiastrum galeobdolon) on Mar 4, 2011

Submitter has sample
EDRR Status: Population treated

Description of specimen

Please see photo below. Green leaves; varigated with white designs. Withstands cold temps.

Commentary

Yes. A group of urban turkeys roots around in this particular spot. Is there any concern that they could spread it? I was thinking not.

Reporter
March 4, 2011, 8:17 p.m.

Hi Jennifer,

Thanks so much for submitting this report, and what wonderful news that the population has been controlled. Did you and your students help with the control? Do you know the land owner and are they aware that you posted this report? I just want to make sure it is OK to make this report publicly viewable. Also, it is important to keep monitoring the site since I have heard that it takes several treatments to get rid of yellow archangel. Fantastic work!!! Thanks so much! Please keep the reports coming!

Tania


Tania Siemens
Invasive Species Early Detection and Rapid Response Coordinator
The Nature Conservancy
WISE Program Coordinator (Watershed and Invasive Species Education)
Oregon Sea Grant Extension
tania.siemens@oregonstate.edu
541-914-0701



Tania Siemens
March 8, 2011, 5:47 a.m.