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Buckthorn is a native to Europe and western Asia and is one of the most invasive plants in our area.
Hartlepool Council is looking for volunteers to help repair fences, clear buckthorns and generally tidy up Seaton Carew sand dunes, Seaton Common and the local nature reserve.
The problem, she says, is that buckthorns form a dense cover 20 feet above the ground that shrouds the forest floor in almost total darkness.
Buckthorns are known for prolific reproduction by seed, long distance dispersion by birds, and wide habitat tolerance.