Like a weed, the tree of heaven thrives just about anywhere: poor soil, wastelands, alleys, cracks in pavement. The tree has a few benefits — it provides shade, habitat and is a pleasant-looking tree. Mark Procunier, manager of tree protection for the City of Toronto, spends a lot of time with the tree of heaven. Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd. Once the blooming is over the smell goes away as quickly as it came. But those benefits tend to be outweighed by its invasiveness and its aggressive expansion into natural areas. The tree is now considered an invasive species because it re-sprouts vigorously. Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. The tree can be controlled if its suckers are repeatedly pulled.
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