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In woodlands invaded by European buckthorn, Pail Vitt of the Chicago Botanic Garden finds dramatic stunting and compromised reproduction in a rare native wildflower, the dog violet (Viola conspersa).
European buckthorn is widespread in Minnesota, and has escaped from yards where it was intentionally planted to overtake places like the Conservancy-owned Ottawa Bluffs Preserve, a native savannah/woodlands preserve near Le Sueur.
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