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WHAT’S THAT PLANT IN MY WOODLAND? – Woody Vines: Wild Riverbank Grape

Wild grape, or riverbank grape (Vitis riparia ) was the topic of my last posting on June 13, 2012. Before moving on to a new vining species, I wanted to share these close-up photos of a mature vine. The wild … Continue reading

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ABOUT US – LANDSCAPE RESTORATION, INC.

“Instill in others a passionate desire to preserve and restore our native plant communities and woodland habitats”                                 Mission Statement – Landscape Restoration, Inc Landscape Restoration, Inc. promotes native woodland habitat restoration through our landowner services, education and product sales. Wooded natural … Continue reading

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BENEFITS OF BUCKTHORN CONTROL

Congratulations! If you have read my last two blog segments, you can confidently identify buckthorn in the winter and know how to successfully cut and stump treat non-native invasive buckthorn. Why it is important to remove these non-native invasive plants? … Continue reading

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BUCKTHORN – IS IT A PROBLEM ON YOUR PROPERTY?

Most of us living in Minnesota for any length of time have heard the word ‘buckthorn’. Some even know that buckthorn is a non-native invasive plant that should be removed. The Minnesota Department of Agriculture has classified buckthorn as a … Continue reading

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