Invasive JuJube


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Last year I took out the jujube, another asian plant that can run amok here in the SE of USA. Look at the little critters still trying to come up. It has a sweet date like seed, deer and birds both ate ours. I am thankful this mess did not get into our woods behind the house, but it does like full sun
 
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When we lived in town we did a presentation/lesson for the local Master Gardeners. One MG brought in a dozen or more potted up jujube seedlings for anyone who wanted them. I explained how invasive jujubes were, and suggested that invasive plants were not what you'd want on your property. I don't know if the suggestion took.
 

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Didn't realize they were that invasive...don't have any but won't either. Kudzu is enough.
 
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I am so sick of invasive plants this year. Honeysuckle is going crazy. Wild roses are aren’t far behind. I am spending a lot of time chopping that I should be spending planting.
 
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