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The winners of Invasive Species Contest 2013: Invasive or Non-Native Plants!

1st Place with 93 points:

From pmutalik2000: "The bane of many a lawn. The common dandilion."

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2nd Place with 79 points:

From Moonpassion: "Walking Iris, zone 10a, Florida"

Contest picture by Moonpassion

3rd Place with 79 points:

From martka: "Highly invasive Pampa grass and almost impossible to eradicate. Highly picturesque though...."

Contest picture by martka

Runner Up with 61 points:

From mygardens: "Spiderwort or tradescantia is a beautiful plant but watch out or it will take over your gardens. "

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Runner Up with 48 points:

From gschweer: "Lady Margaret Passion Vine (Passiflora) can grow up to 20' tall. Host plant for Gulf Fritillary and Zebra Longwing. She is located in zone 9b on the East Coast of Florida."

Contest picture by gschweer

Runner Up with 45 points:

From Audrey: "dandelions in zone 5"

Contest picture by Audrey

Runner Up with 43 points:

From DaylilySLP: "Wisteria sinensis next to my pond. I have to cut it back every year to keep it at bay."

Contest picture by DaylilySLP

Runner Up with 40 points:

From Moonpassion: "Catcyclia Anne Anderson's Midnight Orchid. Zone 10a, Florida"

Contest picture by Moonpassion

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