Gardeners Are Cautioned to Be on Lookout for Invasive Species

 

July 20, 2022

Creeping Bellflower (Campanula rapunculoides) is a perennial that was initially brought to the United States from Eurasia for its beauty. Unfortunately Creeping Bellflower, which is also known as Rampion Bellflower, has been identified as a non-native, invasive species in Montana.

Growing readily on roadsides, as well as in lawns, flower gardens, and valleys, the creeping bellflower also appeared in the County Listed Noxious Weeds directory during 2018-2019 in Flathead County.

A Montana Field Guide fact sheet, published by the state government (mt.gov), defines a non-native species as one...



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