Did you know that invasive plants are a major problem in New Jersey? These exotic invasive plants can out-compete native species and create an imbalance in the natural ecosystem. The most common invasive trees in NJ are Tree of Heaven, Japanese Barberry, Norway Maple, Common Privet, and European Buckthorn.
These invasive trees have been around for some time and it’s important to take action now before they become more widespread. To help control invasive plant populations it is important to remove them from your property or leave them alone if they haven’t yet spread too much. Additionally, planting native species instead of invasive ones can help promote a healthy balance of biodiversity! So next time when you’re planning your landscape design, make sure to look for native species and avoid invasive plants! Together, we can protect and preserve our natural resources.
Still need more information about invasive trees in NJ? Get a hold of us here at Precision Tree and Lawn Care – start protecting New Jersey’s precious environment today!
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Precision Tree and Landscaping, LLC is owned and operated by Certified Tree Expert, Mike Virgil. With over 30 years of experience in Tree Work and the highest tree certification in the state of NJ, Mike is qualified in all matters of tree care, diagnosis, appraisal, hazard assessment and removal.
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