Invasive Plants / Invasive Species

Northern Virginia Developers, Maryland Developers, and Developers in Wasington DC are all faced with many tree preservation plans that require invasive plant species removal. The purpose of this is to encourage a beneficial tree canopy coverage within the developments being built. Proper Tree Care puts alot of energy into learning invasive plant removal processes.

What Exactly is an Invasive Plant?

An Invasive plant is typically defined as a plant species that has the potential to interfere with agricultural production or cause damage to natural ecosystems.

Below is a list of invasive plant species we put together for Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC.

Asian Bush Honeysuckles Lesser Celandine
Burning Bush,Wintercreeper Multiflora Rose
Giant Hogweed Norway Maple
Golden Bamboo Oriental Bittersweet
Invasive Phragmites Porcelain-Berry
Japanese Angelica Tree Reed Canarygrass
Japanese Honeysuckle Tree of Heaven
Japanese Stilt-Grass White Mulberry
Japanese Virgin’s Bower Wineberry
Johnson Grass Yellow Flag