PREVENT
Giant Reed
ERADICATE
Garlic Mustard
CONTAIN
Gorse
CONTROL
Himalayan Blackberry

Coastal ISC Priority Invasive Plants

Coastal ISC’s current Priority Invasive Plants are listed below within the following Management Categories: Prevent, Eradicate, Contain, and Control. To bring new plants of concern forward for consideration to be added to this Priority list, please email Coastal ISC

PREVENT
ERADICATE
CONTAIN
CONTROL

Categorizing Invasives

Categorization of species is representative of the Coastal ISC management area in its entirety. Management actions vary based on unique sub-regions and site conditions. For the Capitol Region (CRISP), refer to their Sub-Region List

More Resources

The BC Invasive Species Council provides a list of Regulated Invasive Plants in BC. Potentially problematic invasive species can be found on the Province’s Prohibited Noxious Weeds. Use Report a Weed to help prevent these plants from invading coastal ecosystems.

INVASIVE PLANT PROFILES

PREVENT

These species are not known to occur in the region, but are likely to establish if introduced.
Eradicate if found. REPORT ALL SIGHTINGS.

Cordgrass, Smooth

(Spartina alterniflora)

Hawkweed, Whiplash

(Hieracium flagellare)
ERADICATE

These species are known to occur in limited distribution and low density.
Eradicate if found. REPORT ALL SIGHTINGS.

Giant Reed

(Arundo donax)

Hoary Alyssum

(Berteroa incana)

Hoary Cress, Heart-pod

(Lepidium draba subsp. Draba)

Lesser Celendine

(Ficaria verna)

Sulfur cinquefoil

(Potentilla recta)

Sweet Fennel

(Foeniculum vulgare)