Native species can be great for your property’s looks and ecosystem, but avoid unknowingly introducing one of these invasive plants that look similar.
People grow butterflies to be released at weddings and similar occasions, but is it ethical and eco-friendly? Are there better ways to help butterflies?
The invasive, odiferous tree of heaven attracts pollinators but is toxic to other plants. It has human medicinal uses, but cutting alone encourages more growth.
Keeping fields clear of invasive plants is a challenge many farmers face, and those shrubby bushes invading your fields actually might be apple trees.
If you’re traversing your property for other recreational activities, take a moment to help clean up invasive species and make your land a little bit healthier.