Landscape and Tree Service - Invasive Plants
Scott Harrington - Landscape and Tree
Invasive Plants

These species can spread rapidly with negative consequences for native species. Invasive plant species have an impact on the diversity of local species, they affect water availability and damage the quality of soil nutrients. Once an alien plant has invaded a habitat, it changes the conditions of that environment.

As part of our mission to bring people and nature together we aim to  educate our clients about the negative impacts that invasive plants can have-and We do offer consultation services/removal services for invasive plants - You can reach us at 608-354-8228

Anne Pearce, of the Wisconsin First Detector Network, is an excellent resource (University of Wisconsin-Madison) and very reliable information can be found at their site here, phone at (608)262-9570 , or email at WIFDNcoordinator@gmail.com

Here are just a few of the culprits/thugs:

Buckthorn 












Honey Suckle












Japanese Barberry













Burning Bush













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