Blog Entries - Non-native plants
Meet Olivia & Danie
This entry was updated on March 7, 2022, to reflect Danie's current role as Research Ecologist here at Cincinnati Nature Center.
A Sunny Garden Flower Gone Awry
by Danie Frevola, Conservation Apprentice Yellow iris (Iris pseudacorus) is a stunning wetland plant with tall and showy yellow flowers (Fig 1.). While it is an attractive landscaping plant, it also peaks gardener’s
Out of Sight, Out of Mind: The Invasive Vine No One Seems to Notice
by Danie Frevola, Conservation Apprentice Wintercreeper (Euonymus fortunei) is found in all sorts of spots throughout Cincinnati- from the side of houses, to the side of highways; across the forest floor all the way up
Happy National Invasive Species Week!
by Danie Frevola, Conservation Apprentice Happy National Invasive Species Awareness week! Anyone that has had a conversation with me has heard ‘invasive species’ countless times, and it's likely that you have come