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On Apr 2, 2017, biodiversity Beverly Hills, CA wrote:

This company appears to ship seeds globally, which are invasive and harmful outside their native range. Example, garlic mustard:
Many are aware of invasive A. petiolata (Garlic Mustard)'s harmful effects in North America; for those who are not here is one of many examples: Much as the Monarch (Danaus plexippus) relies on Milkweed (Asclepias spp) habitat for survival, the endangered West Virginia Whlte (WVW) butterfly (Pieris virginiensis) relies on native herbaceous Toothworts as its larval host plants. The WVW is more likely to inadvertently lay eggs on invasive garlic mustard leaves than on those of its native toothwort host. P. virginiensis larvae deposited on the leaves of garlic mustard do not survive. Please consider the health of local ecosystems - check that any seed material considered for purchase has not been shown to escape cultivation, and create harmful impacts to native biodiversity, when planted outside its native range. #lovebiodiversity #stopthespread

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