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"Invasive exotic (pest) plants have the ability to escape from the garden and take hold within wild habitats, such as forests, cedar glades, barrens, wetlands, etc., where their rapid growth may overwhelm the native plants. Exotic pest plants steal nutrients, water, and light, outcompeting and eventually displacing the native plants who have so patiently evolved with the landscape over millions of years." — Margie Hunter, Gardening with the Native Plants of Tennessee


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