This is the perfume version of an essay written for House House Press that troubles colonial and anti-immigrant metaphors used to describe so-called weeds. Notes: rot, smoke, mushroom, cedar wood and leaf, green aromatics, blackberry bud, bletted scotch broom, moss, grasses.

Close up shot of two cylindrical bottles painted rubbery black and army green resting on a bed of thorns and scotch broom branches gone to seed with withered and unripe blackberries and leaves in the foreground. Anti Invasion Ecologies is written on the bottle in a messy hand with black, red, and white chalk.

Aerial shot of two cylindrical bottles painted rubbery black and army green resting on a bed of thorns and scotch broom branches gone to seed with withered and unripe blackberries and leaves. This arrangement rests on a green chapbook titled Green Lines by Stacey Ho