by John Hogan
invasive spotted knapweed
photo from bwca.com
Unattended shrubs and plants that sprouted on their own often create an impenetrable mat where lawn meets woods. It's a familiar sight in home landscapes as well.
The average homeowner probably can't identify these densely branched bushes, but appreciate the fact they thrive on neglect.
Cheryl Tolley's property in northeast Kent County has the same thing going on, but the native plant expert knows her plants... "
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