These wicked weeds are a real ‘thorn’ in our side.
- They shade out native plants like trillium and Lady’s slipper orchids.
- Their berries cause nutrient deficiencies for birds and wildlife.
- Each berry carries four seeds which are easily spread to neighbors’ yards by birds.
- They contribute to soil erosion.
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Resources and Information
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