Scotch broom : biology and management in the Pacific Northwest : Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link Public Deposited

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  • A bright sign of spring, Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) reminds us of its invasive presence each year as many acres of forests, pastures, and rights-of-way burst into golden bloom. Scotch broom is a native of Europe and North Africa, from Great Britain to the Ural Mountains, and from Sweden to the Mediterranean. It was introduced as an ornamental plant in California in the 1850s and later used to prevent erosion and stabilize banks and sand dunes.
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