May 22, 2013
Fields of purple loosestrife and garlic mustard’s pretty white blossoms are pleasing to the eye and in autumn, “burning bush” is downright spectacular, its magenta leaves emblazing the landscape.    “The problem is that these are invasive plants,” says Steve Conaway, Stewardship and Outreach manager for the Greenwich Land Trust (GLT). “They grow unchecked, spread...
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