Not necessarily. Weeds are just any undesired plants; it is a very subjective term. In fact they are usually native wild flowers or other plants that get into planned landscaped areas. Invasive species may be considered weeds, because they may grow out of control and become undesired, but most were originally introduced for some intentioned purpose. In short invasive species can be weeds but not all weeds are invasive.
Weeds are typically defined as plants growing in areas where we do not want them. This may be in your garden, flowerbed, yard, or along roadsides. Often they are native plants that like open areas and do well in our cultivated plots.
Some weeds have the potential to become aggressive and take over. This would defined as invasive.
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