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Circular1204: Help Protect Florida's Natural Areas from Non-native Invasive Plants

Figure 15. Chinaberry (Melia azederach) occurs primarily in disturbed areas such as rights-of-way and fencerows and has begun invading floodplain hammocks, marshes, and upland woods, particularly in north Florida. It is listed as FLEPPC Category I and its use has been discouraged by the FNGLA.