How to Identify Lesser Celandine, An Invasive Exotic Plant

This invasive plant can take over a floodplain understory and although the yellow masses of flowers may look pretty, it should be removed if possible. It is blooming now (late April and early May) so keep a lookout for it.

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One Comment on “How to Identify Lesser Celandine, An Invasive Exotic Plant”


  1. I’m so happy to have your urging to dispose of this plant when I find it. In fact, I found some just today (4/29) at Orra Phelps Nature Preserve in Wilton and promptly pulled it out. I put photos on my blog Saratoga Woods and Waterways, with a link to this blog, in hopes that others will follow suit.


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