- Habitat: Open woods, forest edges, roadsides, disturbed lands, yards and gardens
- Native/Non-native: Native to Eastern Asia, considered invasive in North America and Europe.
- in the 1960-70's Autumn Olive was planted throughout North America for a variety of reasons including promoting them as beneficial to wildlife. Unfortunately, they aggressive and out-compete many native plants.
Autumn Olive (Elaeagnus umbellata)
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