Here's something new and exciting to worry about and then forget dutifully forget . . .
Illustration by Sooim Kang Back in 1961, Amur honeysuckle was only found in a few places around the country. In the sixty years since, it has become a growing problem throughout the Midwest. Forests from Pittsburgh to Minneapolis are choked with the honeysuckle's bright green leaves, white-yellow blooms and small red berries.