Cape May Point State Park has been battling exotic plants for almost 20 years. These plants were brought to the United States for many reasons, but unfortunately, they have invaded our forests and often smother shrubbery or climb and cover trees.
As these flowers bloom this summer and fall, we will introduce them to you in hopes you will join in the fight and kill them on your property.
Japanese honeysuckle is now an American favorite. Unfortunately, it’s a sneaky killer. It snakes through cedar trees and bayberry bushes and blueberries. Once it gets sun, it goes Rogue and takes over smothering shrubbery. Be part of the solution, please remove this species from your property and never plant it.
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