If you own property in Florida there is a good chance that you’ve had to deal with the highly invasive Brazilian Pepper Tree.
Also known as Florida Holly, this highly invasive species is part of the evergreen family and can grow up to 30 feet. It was brought to Florida in the mid 1800’s as a decorative Christmas tree because of the colorful red berries. Since then aggressive woody weed has been listed as an invasive species because it rapidly invades and displaces native vegetation. It is a hardy plant with a high growth rate, on top of being a prolific seed producer with a high germination rate.
Removing them takes an aggressive plan that also takes into account the air bloom emissions from this tree can cause severe allergic reactions, nasal congestion, chest pains, sneezing, eye irritation, and headaches for those in close proximity. Micco Land Service knows how to deal with the safe removal of Brazilian Pepper Trees. If you need help with overgrowth and dangerous tree removal give us a call at (772) 473-6144 or click to learn more about our services.