Details for COOS WATERSHED ASSOCIATION - Ad from 2019-06-12

The Coos County Noxious Weed Board presents: Weed of the Month Tree (Pine) Echium Echium pininana WARNING: Hairs on stems can cause ID Tips: - Purple to blue 5-petal flower blistering when touched. - Can grow up to 15' in height - Biennial (rosette in 1st yr, flowers 2nd yr, then dies back) - Bloom time: May - August Tree echium thrives in well drained soils. It's dense 2' - 3' wide rosettes will shade out native plants in your yard and create a monoculture; eventually displacing any smaller plants you have planted. It is a self-seeding plant, meaning its seed will germinate just weeks after being shed - so you can imagine how quickly it will dominate your yard! Have you seen me?! Contact Coos Watershed Association A (541) 888-5922 x309 Or Coquille Watershed Association (541) 888-5922 Download the EDDMapSWest app to your phone from the app store @ coos.plant.invaders Noxious weeds are everyone's responsibility!

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