Pachysandra terminalis Japanese Pachysandra, invaded area

Keeba poses with the invasive Japanese Pachysandra in Morris Park. Pachysandra terminalis is a groundcover common in the yards of the surrounding neighborhoods. It is difficult to eradicate because all of its roots must be pulled up. Photo taken on March 14, 2013.www.thesanguineroot.com

Keeba poses with the invasive Japanese Pachysandra in Morris Park. Pachysandra terminalis is a groundcover common in the yards of the surrounding neighborhoods. It is difficult to eradicate because all of its roots must be pulled up. Photo taken on March 14, 2013.www.thesanguineroot.com

Keeba poses with the invasive Japanese Pachysandra in Morris Park. Pachysandra terminalis is a groundcover common in the yards of the surrounding neighborhoods. It is difficult to eradicate because all of its roots must be pulled up. Photo taken on March 14, 2013.www.thesanguineroot.com

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