Flagler Beach tries to rid city of invasive plant

The Brazilian pepper tree can grow 15 to 30 feet or more, snuffing out oak trees and clogging waterways. That’s why its presence makes some environmentalists nervous when it comes to preserving a diverse plant population in Florida. (…)Beekeepers say it’s an important crop in the fall, blooming when other plants won’t.

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