Camphor Tree

Invasive Species – “Cinnamomum camphora grows in full sun or partial shade, and it is drought tolerant but not particularly cold tolerant. It invades hardwood forests, upland pine and scrub woods, fence rows and urban green spaces. It is native to eastern Asia and was brought to the United States as an ornamental in 1875.” Read more here.

 

Camphor Tree: Cinnamon’s Smelly Cousin