New Invasive Removal – Mt Airy
We are going after Corydalis incisa, incised fumewort, in the Mt Airy section of the park.
The flowers of Corydalis incisa are tubular and purple, with as many as 16 on each of several stalks per plant, blooming in April and May. Its leaves are highly divided and a pale green with a white cast on the underside. Mature plants can reach 20 feet in height, while sprouts are closer to four feet in length. It reproduces quickly and aggressively, blanketing areas and snuffing out native plant life in just a few years!
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