Invasive plant species are non-native to this country but are able to successfully establish themselves in our native ecosystem. Invasive non-native species have no natural competitors or predators in their new habitats and are therefore able to dominate or out-compete our native species.
Tilhill is skilled in control measures including hand removal, cutting, spraying, and replanting with desirable native species.
Invasive plant species include:
- Japanese knotweed.
- Giant hogweed.
- Himalayan balsam.
- Rhododendron ponticum