Global warming is often hypothesized to facilitate biological invasions. We tested this hypothesis by planting phylogenetically paired invasive, non-invasive exotic, and native species into an experimental field heating array at KBS. Preliminary results suggest that although species vary in warming response, native and invasive species on average respond similarly. Interestingly, invasive species differ dramatically from non-invasive exotic and native species in phenological response to warming. Invasive species substantially advance flowering under warmer conditions, but native and non-invasive exotic species do not. Additional analyses measure herbivory to test how global warming influences the strength of enemy release, building on previous work testing the enemy release hypothesis by former student Liz Schultheis.