Invasive Species Spotlight: Multiflora Rose

As you drive along this time of year, you may notice many bushes covered in small white flowers (see pictures). It is the best time to spot a very aggressive invasive plant called multiflora rose, which right now is covered in clusters of small, white blooms and can be easily distinguished. When it’s not blooming, another way to identify it is to look for a fringe at the base of each compound leaf. This thorny bush can create a problem on land managed for grazing … Continue reading Invasive Species Spotlight: Multiflora Rose