The whole front of it was covered by a large scarlet bignonia and a native multiflora rose
, which, entwisting and interlacing, left scarce a vestige of the rough logs to be seen.
The buck could have crossed the creek into a jungle of multiflora rose
and cedars, or doubled back up the ridgeline.
Research has also shown that bush honeysuckle, buckthorn, autumn olive, multiflora rose
and other invasives from Asia produce fall berries that are high in sugar, at a time when birds need berries high in fat.
Macartney rose (Rosa bracteata) and multiflora rose
(Rosa multiflora) Asian invasives once promoted by government agencies as wildlife habitat.
These are unforgiving--you make one mistake, and the whole thing unravels faster than a cheap shirt in a patch of multiflora rose
Invasive plant control to limit the occurrence of shrubs such as Japanese barberry (Berberus thunbergii) and multiflora rose
(Rosa multiflora) has occurred in this area in the past.
Rosa multiflora, commonly known as multiflora rose
is a species of rose native to China, eastern Asia, Korea and Japan.
I don't know too many people who want to tangle with multiflora rose
and dense underbrush for 6-inch trout,'' he said.
The project includes removing non-native or invasive species such as the bush honeysuckle, common reed (Phragmites), common buckthorn and multiflora rose
, which have taken over much of the acreage and are comparatively poor habitat for birds.
We determined percent total understory cover (< 1 m tall) in four circular plots with a 1-m diameter positioned 1 m from the nest in each cardinal direction as the percent of ground within the circle covered by vegetation (woody and herbaceous) estimated to the nearest five percentage points; the most common species included ferns, grasses, green-briar, multiflora rose
Rosa multiflora, Rubus spp., rhododendron Rhododendron spp.
A friend once chased an errant dog through a multiflora rose
hedge, intent on administering a religious experience to the dog, forgetting that he was wearing a down vest.