Ambarbaris is another name for Barberry. The binomial name for Barberry is Berberis vulgaris. There are about 500 species of deciduous and evergreen Berberis shrubs found in Europe, Asia, North America, and South America.
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Roots and Shoots: Japanese Barberry: Know Before You Grow
When it comes to Berberis thunbergii or Japanese barberry, it's personal for me. I enjoy hiking and it's deeply unsettling to see it colonizing our natural environment. The woods surrounding my house are full of it, nothing else grows but a few other ... Philipstown.info [ story ]
Refugee families find sanctuary in Rockwood
by: OUTLOOK PHOTO: JIM CLARK - Barberry Village resident Ye Mun Aung feeds his In the parking lot of the Barberry Village apartment complex, Thai women in vibrant colored skirts stand on their front porches watching African, Asian and Middle Eastern ... Portland Tribune [ story ]
AmeriCorps Members Work to Remove Invasive Plant in Oxford
A team of eight members of AmeriCorps were in Oxford for three days, August 12, 13 and 15, working on the removal of invasive barberry from the Rockhouse Hill Preserve, led by Tom Adamski and Susan Purcella Gibbons of the Oxford Conservation ... Patch.com [ story ]