Burning Bush Removal
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Clipping Burned Burs: A Quick Guide
The Burning Bush: An Invasive Species That’s Making Its Presence Known Everywhere!
A Brief History Of The Burning Bush And Why You Should Care About It!
What Is A Burning Bush? What Are They Used For? And Where Do They Come From?
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If you’re like most people, you’ve probably never heard of a burning bush before. But if you look at any map or even just Google it, you’ll see that there are several areas where the Burning Bush (Erythrina spp.) is growing rampant. Most likely, these places include Florida and Texas. There have been reports of them being found in California as well.
If you live in one of those states, then you might want to get rid of your burning bush problem now!
Nowadays, the Burning Bush is considered invasive. It’s not native to North America. However, it was brought here by European settlers during the 1800s and spread throughout much of the country. Nowadays, it grows all over the world including Australia and New Zealand. Many people grew to hate it because it takes over entire forests and dry barren areas that are hard to farm in.
On top of being a fast growing shrub, it also has a tendency to spontaneously combust.
When a burning bush is placed in a contained area or container, such as a tub or bucket of water, it will quickly begin to burn. This is how the shrub got its name. The leaves, branches, flowers, and even the roots are flammable.
Sources & references used in this article:
A disturbing synergism between cattle ranch burning practices and selective tree harvesting in the eastern Amazon by SJ Pyne – 1991 – Macmillan
Moving possessions: An analysis based on personal documents from the 1847–1869 Mormon migration by C Uhl, R Buschbacher – Biotropica, 1985 – JSTOR
Rich Christians in an age of hunger: Moving from affluence to generosity by RW Belk – Journal of Consumer Research, 1992 – academic.oup.com
Dream of the Moving Statue by RJ Sider – 2005 – books.google.com