Native vs. Invasive — Why Choosing the Right Plant Matters

Planting a tree can be pretty interesting. There could be a wide array of reasons why one would spend a bit of time and effort doing so. It could be for gardening or to yield some crops, or perhaps for a decorative or therapeutic intention. In any case, a plant grown is always a win for nature. So, it would be a common belief that tree-planting can be simple — even a child can do it. And that is true, but just because it’s simple doesn’t mean it’s without a good set of limitations or restrictions.

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