Invasive Plant Factsheet
This Asian native was introduced to North America in 1763 and has become a popular landscape tree with its colorful flowers and interesting fruit. Unfortunately, it escapes from cultivation and naturalizes in a variety of environmental conditions. It is especially troublesome in warmer climates and is considered as invasive in natural areas in both Arlington County and the City of Alexandria.
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