Recently, in the first of its kind, which among the following countries has banned the sale of five species of invasive non-native aquatic plants?

To protect vulnerable habitats, Britain has announced a ban on the sale of five invasive aquatic plant species said to cost the country billions each year. Efforts to deal with the impacts of invasive aquatic plants costs the country $2.7 billion annually. Beginning April 2014, water fern, parrot’s feather, floating pennywort, water primrose and Australian swamp stonecrop will be banned from sale.