Non-native invasive plants are plants that have been introduced, either accidentally or deliberately, into a region where they historically did not occur. Because these plants are introduced into an environment which may lack the predators or diseases which limit their populations in their native habitat, some species can become invasive and out-compete native plants
The hillsides understory was full of Buckthorn and Honeysuckle, chocking out native plant species and preventing new Oak growth. The invasives were cut and treated to prevent regrowth. Native plants will now fill the space that the invasives once overtook.
Check out the Minnesota DNR wesite for Invasive terrestrial plants species and photos located in our state.
Wild ways To Garden will indenify and discuss with you the best way to remove or control invasive/exotics or erosion problems on your property.
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