Will Canada Thistle Grow in Wetlands?

A perennial plant native to Europe, Canada thistle is classified as an invasive weed across the United States. Most common in disturbed waste areas, barrens and fields, it also grows in wetlands such as wet prairies or along stream banks with rising and falling water levels.

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