Saturday, October 19, 2019 @ 9am-11am
2-hour workshop focusing on the identification and removal of Burning Bush, also known as “Winged Euonymus.” A commonly-used non-native landscape plant, Burning Bush has escaped into our woodlands and is choking out valuable native shrubs and wildflowers. It’s easiest to see in autumn when its rosy-red leaves are most obvious.
Wear sturdy shoes, bring work gloves and pruners (if you have them). Please be prepared to be a Park Partner as Doylestown Township continues its long-standing responsible environmental stewardship.
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