Exotic trees, shrubs, vines

Avoid these in landscaping
and control along woodland edges

Acer platanoides
Norway male

Ailanthus altissima
tree of heaven

Alnus glutinosa
European alder

Ampelopsis brevipedunculata
porcelain berry

Aralia spinosa
devil's walking stick

Berberis thunbergii
Japanese barberry

Betula pendula
European white birch

Celastrus orbiculatus
Japanese bittersweet

Elaeagnus angustifolia
Russian olive

Elaeagnus umbellata
autumn olive

Euonymus alata
winged spindle-tree

Euonymus fortunei
Chinese spindle-tree

Exochorda racemosa

Ligustrum vulgare
common privet

Lonicera x bella
Bell's honeysuckle

Lonicera japonica
Japanese honeysuckle

Lonicera maackii
Amur honeysuckle

Lonicera morrowii
Morrow's honeysuckle

Lonicera tatarica
Tartarian honeysuckle

Malus prunifolia
Chinese crabapple

Morus alba
white mulberry

Populus alba
white poplar

Rhamnus cathartica
common buckthorn

Rhamnus frangula
European buckthorn

Rosa canina
dog rose

Rosa eglanteria

Rosa multiflora
multiflora rose

Salix fragilis
crack willow

Salix purpurea
basket willow

Ulmus pumila
Siberian elm

Viburnum opulus
European high-bush cranberry

Source: James Bissell, Robert Bartolotta, and Beverly
Danielson of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History


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