Teasel Time – Take a Look Around Your Neighborhood
Dead or Alive
For more information on teasel click HERE.
Look around your neighborhood in sunny areas, especially those near roadsides or disturbed areas. July is “prime time” to see this year’s invasive teasel crop bolt in size from a foot high leafy structure to its 6 ft tall stalk with the characteristic round flower head that will turn into a bristle-covered seed head. Stopping the spread of teasel means removing this flower or seed head before the seed is dropped. Click the link above to learn how to do it.