American Barberry Facts
The binomial name for American Barberry is Berberis canadensis. This is not to be confused with Berberis vulgaris more commonly known as the Barberry, and several other common names. There are about 500 species of deciduous and evergreen Berberis shrubs found in Europe, Asia, North America, and South America.
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American Barberry Stories
Roots and Shoots: Japanese Barberry: Know Before You Grow
It's been problematic in the U.S. since the 1970s when it started taking over pastures and roadsides, displacing native vegetation. A thicket of Japanese barberry growing in the woods near Fahnestock State Park. This bush has a unique way of crowding ... Philipstown.info [ story ]
Celebrate National Public Lands Day at Weir Farm!
Volunteers will assist National Park Service staff in habitat restoration, removing invasive plants such as Garlic Mustard and Japanese Barberry from the woodlands. Join your local national park in an effort to ... Weir Farm National Historic Site, the ... HamletHub [ story ]
After Sandy: Replanting with native plants in the watershed
Salisbury said other states have banned the planting of non-native species, like burning bushes and Japanese barberry. “Native plants give us a sense of place, where we are in the world. It speaks to our center of place,” she said. “When you drive ... Asbury Park Press [ story ]