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Trees

Some of these plants may be invasive in parts of North America. Check invasive.org, your local Extension Service or Nature Center for a list of invasive plants in your area. 

Siberian Squills for example only appear, at this time, to be a problem in the Midwest, while Japanese Spirea is a problem East of the Rockies.

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