Tag Archives | Weed-of-the-Month

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April’s Weed of the Month: Garlic Mustard

Garlic mustard (Alliaria petiolata) is an increasingly invasive weed in our community.  Native to central and western Europe, this fast-growing plant commonly invades sites such as parks, trails, roadsides, and streamsides. April is a great time to manage this priority invasive weed on your property. Sometimes referred to as Jack-by-the-hedge, garlic mustard is easily identified […]

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October’s Weed of the Month!

Its October, and that means its time for a new Weed of the Month! We are working with our partners at the Columbia Gorge Cooperative Weed Management Area to promote invasive Italian arum  (Arum italicum) as our weed-of-the-month for October. Italian Arum, also known as “orange candleflower” and “Italian lords and ladies,” is a non-native […]

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September’s Weed of the Month!

Its September, and that means its time for a new Weed of the Month! We are working with our partners at the Columbia Gorge Cooperative Weed Management Area to promote invasive knotweeds  (Fallopia sp.) as our weed-of-the-month for September. Knotweed is a horribly invasive plant unleashed on the countryside by well-intentioned gardeners attracted to its […]

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August’s Weed of the Month!

Its August, and that means its time for a new Weed of the Month! We are working with our partners at the Columbia Gorge Cooperative Weed Management Area to promote Puncturevine  (Tribulus terrestris) as our weed-of-the-month for August. Puncturevine is a sprawling annual plant that forms a dense mat with very sharp, spiny seed heads. […]

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July’s Weed of the Month!

We are once again partnering with our friends from the Columbia Gorge Cooperative Weed Management Area to feature invasive knapweeds as the target weed for the month of July. Clackamas County has many kinds of knapweed, but the three most commonly found in our area are Spotted, Diffuse and Meadow.  Although slightly different, they all […]

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June’s Weed of the Month!

Its June, and that means its time for a new Weed of the Month! We are working with our partners at the Columbia Gorge Cooperative Weed Management Area to promote Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) as our weed-of-the-month for June. Scotch broom was introduced as an ornamental along highway corridors and in western Oregon as a […]

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