Wasn't there something in the rules, in the past, to prevent offering invasive plants?
I would think it falls under this:
Weapons, chemicals or any items that have the potential for causing harm are NOT allowed
There is the Q of whether what is invasive in one region is invasive in another. And then there is the Q of being one's brother's keeper Butterfly bush (Buddleia) , for example, is known to be invasive in much of the US, though there are areas where it is not. Yet it is commonly sold in BBSs everywhere it seems. Even knowing its invasive capabilities, many folks will still choose to grow it.
I don't know if I'm allowed to make species specific requests, but I would like to request N. Maxima or N. Miranda.
I would like a spatula Sundew or another species of Sundew that isn't unwieldy.
I would also like a smaller easily propagated Pinguicula (Butterwort)
You know the common one - with a baby plant at the end of every leaf
I added a disclaimer to all my listings that might be considered invasive. However, I grow them all here in my Missouri zone 6 climate without much problem.
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Thank you. I have added a disclaimer.