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‘Barberryans’ at the gate

October 18, 2011
By HILARY SMITH ( , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

The first frost has hit. Its delicate layer can be a mighty match for some invading plants. As tough as Japanese knotweed is during spring and summer, for instance, it is easily weakened by freezing temperatures. Other plants, like Japanese barberry, seem to shine during this time.



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