can japanese bottlebrush be invasive?

glenrose8(z4WI)August 2, 2014

I was given some japanese bottlebrush which I am not very familiar with. Is there any risk of it becoming invasive? Most of the plants I have in my woodland and prairie gardens are Wisconsin natives and I don't want to introduce anything that may cause problems. I would like to hear other's experience with this plant.

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laceyvail(6A, WV)

I had to google the name you used as I'd never heard it before. Sanguisorba obtusa is a handsome plant that is most certainly not invasive.

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