Invasive descendants of Callery pears found in over 30 states in US

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Invasive descendants of Callery pears have been found in more than 30 states of America. The United States Department of Agriculture has described them as “Worse than murder hornets!” Creating thickets that overwhelm native plants, the stinky trees sport nasty four-inch spikes. Their smell has been compared to perfume gone wrong, rotting fish, chlorine, and…

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