Control of Non-Native Invasive Plants

Ralph White Company strives to keep our Florida lands managed in a way that promotes traditional land use and vegetation.

Due to many factors outside the land owners control, non-native or invasive species are encroaching on traditional vegetation and literally smothering “Old Florida” out. We have a wildlife biologist on staff to properly identify these invasive species, suggest treatment, and oversee application of herbicides in the habitat areas.

Our biologist also develops a plan and supervises the planting of formerly established natural vegetation. Many times we know of government-sponsored programs that will partially offset or reimburse the landowner for treating their land.

Old World Climbing Vine (Lygodium scandens)

Old World climbing fern: Lygodium microphyllum
Old World Climbing Fern

Chinese Tallow Tree (Sapium sebiferum)

Chinese Tallow
Triadica sebifera

Melaleuca (Melaleuca quinquenervia)

Melaleuca Quinquenervia

Tropical Soda Apple (Solanum viarum)

Tropical Soda Apple
Solanum Viarum Dunal

Cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica)

Imperata Cylindrica

Brazilian Pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius)

Brazilian Pepper-Tree
Weed Alert

Torpedo Grass (Panicum repens)

Torpedo Grass
Plant Guide

Primrose Willow (Ludwigia (specific species))

Water Primrose, Primrose Willow