Monthly Archives: March 2013

Asian invader

Now that most of our trees have lost their leaves we notice other plants in the native landscape. Especially in low areas the Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) dominates. Initially planted as an ornamental, this invasive olive relative has taken over … Continue reading

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Blue eyed grass

For those whose lawns are bermudagrass, centipede, St. Augustine or another warm-season grass, you have a yard full of brown at present. If you look closely you might see what appears to be another grass creeping into it. Where turf … Continue reading

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