Candlestick Plant

Scientific name: Senna alata The candlestick plant Invades forests, forest edges, humid ravines, riverbanks, woodlands and grasslands. It forms extensive root systems in its first year and competes for space and nutrients. Its large leaves shade out most native plants and it is known to be particularly aggressive in areas where there is a high water table. (NRCS) Photo credit: © Keith A. Bradley / Flickr

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