Invasive Poison Hemlock Plant Growing Across The State


>>Invasive Poison Hemlock Plant Growing Across The State

(Pittsburgh, PA) -- Plant experts are warning Pennsylvania residents of this year's crop of Poison Hemlock. The invasive and toxic plant is growing along highways and other areas across the state. Poison Hemlock has small white flowers, a purple-spotted stem, and can reach up to six feet tall. Experts advise homeowners who find the plant on their property to dig it up with a shovel to dispose of it, being sure to wear long sleeves, pants, and gloves.


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