Invasive plants are introduced multicellar organisms of the kingdom Plantae, which produce their food by photosynthesis. Examples of invasive plants include mosses, herbs, shrubs, flowering plants, trees, vines, etc.
What is an Invasive Species? An invasive plant has the ability to thrive and spread aggressively outside its native range. A naturally aggressive plant may be especially invasive when it is introduced to a new habitat.
Invasive aquatic plant species are included in our Aquatic Species - Aquatic Invasive Plants section.