Category Archives: Buckthorn Identification

Buckthorn Workshop in Faribault at RBNC on 4-1-14

For anyone in SE Minnesota interested in control of buckthorn and other non-native plants plan on joining me at River Bend Nature Center in Faribault on the evening of April 1, 2014 for their Lectures in Nature series. I will be … Continue reading

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Buckthorn Blasters Products for Sale in Plymouth, MN

The City of Plymouth (MN) is holding their annual Yard & Garden Expo this weekend, April 12 – 13, 2013. This is a really fun event with something for everyone. Get more details at their web site link: http://www.plymouthmn.gov/index.aspx?page=542&recordid=1702 Be … Continue reading

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Black Knot Fungus Looks Like a Burned Marshmallow on a Twig

While walking through a woodland, have you ever noticed the occasional black stuff on twigs that resembles burned marshmallows? A fellow master naturalist suggested the black stuff looks like scat on a stick.  The black stuff is neither of these but rather a … Continue reading

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How to Identify Buckthorn in Your Woodland

The cooler temperatures of fall make it a great season to work on removing buckthorn. Many of our native trees and shrubs change leaf color and begin dropping their leaves in fall. This provides the buckthorn novice with better odds … Continue reading

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Buckthorn Education

“Buckthorn Basics & Beyond” – City of Eden Prairie Community Ed Class Presented by Cheryl Culbreth of Landscape Restoration, Inc. Saturday, October 6, 10:00 to 11:30 AM Learn how to rid your property of buckthorn and restore the native habitat … Continue reading

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