Yellow Iris – pretty but invasive

Yellow iris or Yellow flag (Iris pseudacorus) is in full bloom, but don’t let its good looks fool you! We’ve received several recent calls about it growing in wild places. Read the short blog by Don Lehman about yellow iris sightings in Lake George…

http://poststar.com/app/blogs/?p=68245&cat=132

If you see yellow iris growing in the wild in the Adirondack region, please report the location to Brendan Quirion at bquirion@tnc.org. Brendan can also provide guidance to landowners on proper management and permitting.

Images of Yellow Iris

Blogger’s Note: For more information on Yellow Iris, visit UF/IFAS Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants Yellow Iris page. For more images of Yellow Iris, see http://goo.gl/1KwCT (edited June 23,2011 16:10

(Use RedLaser or ScanLife on your smartphone to access images using QR Code on left )
 

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Source: Hilary Smith
Director, Adirondack Park Invasive Plant Program
The Nature Conservancy – Adirondack Chapter
PO Box 65
Keene Valley, New York 12943
518-576-2082 x 131 (tel)
518-576-4203 (fax)
hsmith@tnc.org
www.adkinvasives.com


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