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Discussion in 'Celebrate Biodiversity' started by Junglekeeper, May 14, 2022.
‘Planet friendly’: RHS to no longer class slugs and snails as pests
Tell that to my Hostas !!!!
Removal of invasive plants like Hosta is an important part of maintaining a healthy ecosystem :-)
Hosta's give shade to many insects throughout the Summer and are excellent pollinators for bees. They are also recommended by the RHS for gardens in the UK. So I'm surprised by your comment Michael.
It was tongue-in-cheek . . . hideous things. But if they're good for bees, they're also good for slug food :-)
But equally, they are invasive non-natives in Europe, so don't belong in healthy ecosystems here. Different matter in eastern Asia, of course.
EPPO lists of invasive alien plants