Removing Barberry is important because it outcompetes native seedlings and also secretes chemicals that kill native plants. When you pull out Barberry you can compost the waste, making sure that the roots are exposed and dry out. It actually provides shelter to birds and wildlife while it degrades, too. This is a picture of TroyRead More
I pledge to take care of my yard without synthetic pesticides, weedkillers and fertilizers except on rare occasions to resolve an infestation or to improve habitat for native plants and wildlife. I also pledge not to throw pharmaceuticals or chemicals down my drains or toilets.