Lily of the Valley

These delicate white little bells may look innocent, but they spread like wild! Get tutorial here

Creeping Jenny

Though it can be gorgeous for ground cover, watch out cause Creeping Jenny is tough to contain. Get tutorial here

Gooseneck Loosestrife

These white heads look sweet bobbing in the breeze, but in the right zone, they can take over everything. Get tutorial here


Few vines are as elegant as wisteria, but it's wild growth can do real damage. Get tutorial here

Creeping Charlie

If you spot these cute little leaves poking up through your lawn, trouble is brewing! Get tutorial here

Trumpet Vine

Though many people love them when they're contained, wild Trumpet Vines can overpower everything else. Get tutorial here


Never place mint with other herbs or plants, because, delicious as it is, it is a greedy grower. Get tutorial here


Its petal-packed heads might look harmless, but don't let that yarrow out of your sight if you love your garden. Get tutorial here

English Ivy

In small amounts and in the right places, English Ivy looks quite stately, but keep a close eye! Get tutorial here

Morning Glory

For some, Morning Glory is a treat. But once it's growing, it might not stop. Get tutorial here

Golden Pothos

While Golden Pothos make a lovely houseplant, left to grow in the ground it can be very invasive. Get tutorial here