Invasive Plant Factsheet
Although assumed by many to be native to the United States, the orange daylily was introduced from Asia as an ornamental in the late 1800s. Unfortunately, this popular plant can escape from cultivation and is now reported as invasive in several Mid-Atlantic states, including Virginia. It is listed as an invasive species in Alexandria and Arlington, Virginia.
- Heliopsis helianthoides (Oxeye)
- Lilium canadense (Canada Lily)
- Lilium philadelphicum (Wood Lily)
- Lilium superbum (Turk’s-cap Lily)
- Rudbeckia triloba (Three-lobed Coneflower)
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