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There are many subspecies of L. galeobdolon which can also have subtle variations between cultivars. Most subspecies are very invasive and grow in various environments and habitats. It is commonly found in shaded to partial shaded habitats which include in wooded areas. Most infestations in natural areas are a result of a garden escape. It can easily out-compete native groundcovers. Fortunately it is easily pulled out which makes this manual control task easier.