Himalayan blackberry and English holly and Japanese knotweed…oh my!

Nearly 28 per cent of the property’s vegetation had been infiltrated by invasive plant species!! I recorded sightings of Himalayan blackberry, English holly, yellow archangel, English ivy, Japanese knotweed, reed canarygrass, creeping buttercup …
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