New York Natural Heritage Program
Creeping St. John's-wort
Hypericum adpressum Raf. ex W. Bart.
Dicots

Threats [-]
Some ponds have seen too much development along the shoreline which threaten populations with direct disturbance by trampling and ATV use. The invasion of Phragmites is also a threat to a few populations. This plant occurs in the most susceptable section of the pond margin.

Conservation Strategies and Management Practices [-]
The pondshores need to be protected from direct disturbance by ATVs and excessive trampling. Exotic invasive species must be prevented from colonizing the shores and present populations must be eliminated. A natural buffer of at least 200 feet should be established around the ponds to prevent excessive runoff and pollution events.