Invasive

Triadica sebifera

The Chinese tallow tree, or Triadica sebifera, is a fast growing, short lived tree brought to the United States in the 1700s to provide oil for the soap industry. It has become a common invasive in the Southern U.S. The green seeds are easily spread by birds and sprout easily. Pull up the sprouts!

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Triadica sebifera