Broom plants were brought to North America in the mid-1900s and were initially planted along highways as an effective means of erosion control. Although broom plants produce attractive, sweet-pea like blooms, they have become highly invasive in many areas, choking out native plants and creating a significant fire hazard. Read on to learn if you can safely grow broom plants in your area, and otherwise, how to get rid of broom plants.
Looking for a reliable, small, hardy tree or shrub with fragrant flowers? Then look no further than the Moroccan pineapple broom. Learn more about this interesting plant and how to care for it in the following article. Click here for additional info.
While many people consider the plant a noxious weed, it is an attractive plant. In the proper space, growing sweet broom shrub will add a nice wild touch to the landscape and enhance the area with its scented blossoms. Click here for more info.
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Broom plants are common sights long highways, in meadows and in disturbed areas but can get a bit invasive in some areas. This article will help you control the plants while enjoying their ease of care.