Invasive Species in Maryland

The State of Maryland lists a number of species as being invasive. The species listed here are some of the most troublesome.

English Ivy

English Ivy

The Equinest, “Branching Ivy,” October 1, 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.

Garlic Mustard

Garlic Mustard

Sannse, “Garlic Mustard,” October 1, 2010 via Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons Attribution.

Japanese Barberry

Japanese Barberry

James H. Miller, USDA “Japanese Barberry,” October 1, 2010 via Forestry Images, Creative Commons Attribution.

Kudzu

Kudzu

Striatic, “Road Trip Day Three ~ Kudzu,” October 1, 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.

Lesser Celandine

Lesser Celandine

Ernst Vikne, “Lesser Celandine,” October 1, 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.

Mile-a-Minute Weed

Mile-a-Minute Weed

US Government, “Mile-a-Minute Weed,” October 1, 2010 via Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons Attribution.

Multiflora Rose

Multiflora Rose

Picturestation, “Multiflora Rose,” October 1, 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.

Porcelain Berry

Porcelain Berry

Just Chaos, “Porcelain Berry,” October 1, 2010 via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution.

Tree of Heaven

Tree of Heaven

Jan Samanek, “tree-of-heaven,” October 1, 2010 via Forestry Images, Creative Commons Attribution.

Marmorated Stink Bug

Marmorated Stink Bug

David R. Lance, USDA, “Marmorated Brown Stink Bug Adult” October 1, 2010 via Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons Attribution.