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Peace River Regional District puts invasive daisies on notice

Daisies such as Oxeye Daisy and Scentless Chamomile are plagues to the Peace River Regional District.  Many people consider these daisies to be pretty garden plants and wildflowers when, in fact, these daisies are not native wildflowers in BC, they are invasive plants. … Scentless Chamomile and Oxeye Daisy are out-of-control perennials, considered regionally noxious under the BC Weed Control Act.  Daisies are costly to eradicate, and decreases the value of agricultural products and upset the natural balance of our ecosystems. 

The Peace River Regional District (PRRD) is putting this invasive on notice! These white petalled, yellow-centered daisy flowers are the PRRD’s most wanted invasive plants in 2018!

Click here to read more from PRRD.

Click here to watch the invasive daisy jingles.

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