Peanut Action List

The following peanuts require attention:

  • E03-006-17S

    Nothing found. Empty cage???

  • E03-014-17F

    5 Alive BF/G One in back close to fence is smaller. Needs herbicide for buckthorn and woody poison ivy.

  • E03-015-17F

    Moonseed 2 alive. FH/G on back fence. Arrowwood 9 alive. BF/G Insect holes Need herbicide for tree stumps. 2 Prunus sp. found

  • E03-016-17F

    dead and dying trees hanging over top.

    Clematis 0 Chokecherry 3 BF/S Plum 5 (separate area) almost FH/G Room for at least one more. Many stems to herbicide.

  • E03-018-17F

    4 alive FH/G Lots of buckthorn!!

  • E04-014-16S

    1 alive AF/E. Small cage. Plant sending runners outside cage. One plant could be added. NOTE: Tag reads E04-015-16S SWITCH TAGS

  • E04-015-16S

    alive AF/E NOTE: tag reads E04-014-16S SWITCH with one labelled E04-015-16S

  • E04-017-18F

    7 alive BF/G Small buckthorn should be cleared at some point.

  • E04-025-18F

    7 alive FH/G-E Some plants above and below fence height. 2 ft white oak at right end

  • E04-026-18F

    4? alive; BF/G-S 2 are very small, 1 looks poor. Maybe some dogwood volunteers. TREE over back of fence. One post needs replacement

  • E04-028-18F

    4 alive; BF/G Red oak by door, different at end, another in middle. Large FEMALE BUCKTHORN behind cage.

  • E04-040-19F

    2 alive BF/G Plants short. Cleaned inside fence. OUTSIDE CAGE NEEDS TO BE CLEARED.

  • E04-041-19F

    Alive BF/G-E. Cleared in and around cage. Monitor coral berry nearby.

  • E05-001-15F

    5? plants AF/E Cage full; difficult to count. BT cut outside in Aug. BT and ash inside should be cut & treated.

  • E05-002-15F

    8-9 plants. AF/E Cage full. BT inside cage should be cut and treated. Wear heavy clothing.

  • E05-003-15F

    5? plants AF/E Cage full Fence bent on 2 sides; may be okay. Try to cut and treat BT inside.

  • E05-007-17S

    1 black currant AF/ E 3 ninebark (2 new) BF/G (shaded) Clump of gooseberry growing behind cage to right

  • E05-024-17F

    alive FH/G

  • E05-036-18F

    5 ninebark FH/E 2 plants in back are smaller; others are FH or AF. Cut buckthorn near and behind for more light.

  • E05-038-19S

    Plants still good. Trimmed grape vine covering one. Many BT, ash and grape should be cut and treated later. All plums are tagged.

  • E05-039-19S

    BF/G Still has some green leaves. Cut BT and ash later along back edge.

  • E05-044-19S

    5 alive AF/E Tall goldenrod present. Did not remove due to drought conditions. Could be cut later.

  • E05-048-19S

    Alive BF/S. Green and brown leaves. Cut tree sprouts and grape vines later.

  • E06-015-17S

    Hawthorn 1 AF/E Fence needs to be enlarged.

  • F03-059-19F

    Put in a hawthorn? No green but may still grow. Black currant nearby.

  • F03-060-19F

    Dead?

  • F03-061-19F

    Barely alive. BF/S

  • F03-062-19F

    Nothing found. No trace evidence.

  • F04-032-19F

    5 alive. FH/G-E. 3 flowering with seeds. Needs to be weeded.

    5 alive AF/E Fighting asters

  • F04-033-19F

    5 alive. FH/ G-E. 1 with fruit.

    5 alive FH/G Fence down on one side. Broken pole. Deer browsing.

  • HW4-006-18F

    6 Ninebark: AF/E 1 Plum: BF/E Rt. front corner Giant thistle,, Box Elder, grapes

  • HW4-007-18F

    6 Ninebark: AF/E 7-8 ft thistle behind

  • HW4-010-18F

    5 Plum: FH/G (3AF/2BF) Tree of Heaven and BT directly behind.

  • HW4-012-18F

    5 Plum: AF/E Back side of fence was recently smashed down. Deer have browsed on a plum there. Need to add a pole.

  • HW4-016-18F

    1 Plum: AF/E NEEDS LARGER CAGE. BT sprouts also in cage.

  • HW4-017-18F

    1 Plum: BF/G Need to cut BT & ash sprouts around sides and back.

  • HW4-018-18F

    1 Hawthorn: BF/G 4 green/brown leaves at top Cut hackberry and ash in front???

  • HW4-034-19S

    5 Ninebark: AF/E Plant in front corner is shortest. Tall goldenrod along front of cage. Should it be cut in future?

  • HW4-036-19S

    3 Ninebark: AF/E Ash and BT to be cut and treated.

  • HW4-039-19S

    3 Ninebark: AF/E Multiflora rose on one edge. Poison ivy in cage. Grape growing on one side will be a problem.

  • HW4-043-19F

    5 alive. BF/G-E. NEEDS WEEDING--GRAPE, BUCKTHORN, ASH

    5 Plum: BF/G (near Ella intersection) Cut grape from fence. Watch for BT and grape next year.

  • HW4-044-19F

    Alive. BF/G-E. Tree sprouts

    Alive. BF/S Removed grape growing up plant. Leaves on plant are much smaller than the same plant in "045"

  • HW4-045-19F

    Alive. BF/G-E. Needs weeding. Tree sprouts.

    Alive. BF/G Watch for BT sprouts next year.

  • P08-002-17S

    Dogwood 8?: FH (4 AF/4 BF)/G Fence down 3? yrs.. Plants could have been buried.

  • P08-005-16F

    Hazel 2: FH/G Huge cage. Full of herbs & trees. Good sun Needs cleaning

  • P08-015-17F

    Dogwood 9: AF/E 1 white oak sapling, by itself, >3 ft tall

  • P08-022-17F

  • R01-001-17F

    2 Ninebark: AF/E 5 Rose: BF/G 2 with hips 3 ROD: AF/G wilted/drought Teasel in & around 1 bent post

  • R01-002-17F

    1 fence post and fencing damaged. KK

    1 Ninebark: AG/E 3 ROD: 2 BF, 1AF/ 2G, 1E Bidens tall/ taller than shrubs. Only shrub not surrounded was wilted. Post broken

  • R01-004-17F

    Fallen tree with grape vines covering >1/3 of cage. 5 dogwoods visible; can't count rest.

  • R01-006-17F

    8? ROD: AF/E Cage full. Deer browsing. Left front & side fence down by tree. More deer damage there. 3 posts & fence

  • R01-008-17F

    9 Silky dogwood: AF/E DRY Left back--fence bent in; needs 1 post & muscle

  • R01-012-17F

    5-6 Ninebark: AF/E 1 Cherry BF/G; could be another 4 Rose: AF/E Overgrown by herbs NEEDS 2 POSTS

  • R01-013-18F

    CAGE with this tag is full of roses at corner of path leading into R02 from bike path. CAGE # PROBLEM!!!!

  • R02-021-19F

    4 alive BF/G, 1 has bent stem

    Still alive BF/G. Plant with bent stem needs a better stake before winter.

  • R02-023-19F

    alive BF/S very small but healthy

    Alive BF/S Ground is very dry. Small plant with white plastic marker. Cage has 1 bent post and branch in front.

  • R03-002-15F

    4 Dogwoods AF/E 0 Elderberry Gooseberry/currant growing in cage. Cut FH ash sprouts alonf fence.

  • R03-003-18F

    4 alive; AF/E Tree through center; 2 bent poles.

  • R03-005-19F

    5 alive Needs weeding

    5 alive FH/G Watch out for grapes next year.

  • R03-006-19F

    alive BF/G Rust spots, weeds

    BF/S Few brown leaves. Check in spring.

  • R03-009-19F

    Nannyberry alive. 1 volunteer bitternut/pink flag. ! volunteer elderberry. Room for more plants

    Unable to identify nannyberry Bitternut BF/E Elderberry AF/E Had berries. Cut & treat BT, ash & Euonymous

  • R04-002-16S

    Elderberry 0 ROD Unable to count. AF/E Cage is full. Cut 3-stem Box Elder on river side? Large Euonymous on right side.

  • R04-018-19F

    5 alive. FH/G. Many ash(?) sprouts. Smilax.

  • S04-007b-16F

    Crabapple alive: AF/G Plant crowded by small fence.

  • S04-013-16F

    Plum 5: AF/E Ninebark 3: FH/G 2 different Smilax 2 unidentified alternate leaf shrubs Euonymous along one edge not treated.

  • S04-016-16F

    Hazel 0 Gooseberry ~7: BF/G Spacious. Consider adding plants. Small red oak.

  • S05-005-16F

    3 prickly ash: AF/E ( 1 FH/G) All close together. 2 dead sticks tagged TREE THROUGH cage. 5-6 posts and fence need replacement.

  • S05-007-15F

    1? bladdernut/ Too many asters, couldn't see. 0 wafer ash 3 rose AF/E Tree on 1 edge; post down. BIG ash trees

  • S05-008-16S

    10? bladdernut FH/E 1 elderberry AF/G few leaves; drought? 1 currant AF/E 1 beech AF/E Basswood & buckthorn need treatment

  • S05-016-17F

    8 rose: FH/G ( 2 were very little) chokecherry? (no notes) Smilax, grape BUCKTHORN needs treatment

  • S05-017-17F

    5+ dogwood AF/E Tall ash sprouts should be cut and treated.

  • S05-018-17F

    5 dogwood AF/E Fence is down on one side. Deer are browsing on exposed area. Poison ivy and dogwood are growing through downed fence.

  • S05-021-17F

    3 rose AF/E 1 clematis AF/G 1 bent post and fence

  • S05-022-17F

    0 arrowwood Empty cage with Smilax. Tree has taken out one side.

  • S05-023-17F

    0 viburnum 2 currant AF/G 2 clematis AF/G on buckthorn 1 native rose near currant LARGE BT inside/outside

  • S05-025-17F

    No plants found. Empty cage. Tree on fence and in cage.

  • S05-026-17F

    0 viburnum 2 currant: FH/G Many small buckthorn stems

  • S05-032-19F

    Alive. AF/G. (15 gal plant)

    Alive. AF/G Has berries. 1 bent post and very bent fence.

  • S05-033-19F

    Alive AF/G (15 gal plant)

    Alive AF/E 1 pole severely bent by fallen tree. Plant okay.

  • W08-002-17S

    Hawthorn 0? Currant 1: AF/E Fallen tree in 004 also on 1 side of 002. Large ash sapling, grape

  • W08-007-16F

    Dogwood 8: AF/E Elderberry 4: AF/E Tree in one corner/fence

  • W08-009-16F

    SDog 3+ AF/E EBerry ? PRose 4 AF/E Growing upright Coral berry thicket outside BT Tree smashed 1 end

  • W08-010-17S

    Spicebush ? 2 trees on cage. 4 spicebush visible; others are buried.

  • W08-011-17S

    Spicebush 6? FH(5 ft)/G; 1 dead Plants shorter than others. Grapes & Smilax growing on fence top may block light.

  • W08-016-16F

    Hazel 1: AF/E Browsed from top. May need wider cage.

  • W08-017-16F

    S bush 6: way AF/ E P ash 3?: AF/G Native roses in cage Large BT and basswood saplings

  • W08-019-16F

    Cage is full of honeysuckle. BF/E Can't count plants NO TAG ON CAGE

  • W08-020-16F

    Honeysuckle BF/E. Can't count individual plants. Fills >70% of cage. Tree on one corner of cage.

  • Monitored on 7/19/21 by LM. The currants are above and below fence height. There are currant sprouts everywhere. There is also ash grubs, poison ivy, moneywort, and grapevines. The cage needs 2-3 poles and a wire cutter to make a normal entry door.

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  • E03-001-16F

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & MM. Rust spots made it possible to find the plants among the buckthorn. One plant was struggling another had the main stem cut, probably accidentally, in some prior year. Bittersweet is growing on the west side of the cage. The buckthorn in and around the cage needs to be cut and treated. Some inside was cut.

  • E03-002-16F

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. The cage is very crowded, making it difficult to count the number of plants. The hazelnuts have nuts. The roses are hanging out of the cage. Bittersweet is growing through the western end of the cage. The buckthorn outside the cage should be cut and treated.

  • E03-003-16F

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. Might need another post on the west end. Expanding the cage may reduce deer browsing. Cut the buckthorn and other trees out the cage and herbicide them.

  • E03-004-16F

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. Cut buckthorn inside and outside the cage needs herbicide. Major cutting and treatment of buckthorn and other trees behind the cage should be done.

  • E03-005-17S

    Monitored on 7/19/21 by MM & LM. One rose is small; two have rosehips. Baby oak outside the cage on grass edge. Cut Buckthorn and poison ivy in and around cage.

  • E03-006-17S

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. Had to cut a lot of buckthorn to find the plant. Buckthorn needs herbicide treatment.

  • E03-007-17S

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. Hawthorn was completely covered by buckthorn. Careful herbicide treatment is required.

  • E03-008-17S

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. Check cage for buckthorn. Oak inside cage.

  • E03-009-17S

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. Check for buckthorn.

  • E03-010-17F

    Monitored on 7/19/21 by MM & LM. A tree has fallen into the cage. Buckthorn behind cage may need to be cut back. Also, buckthorn in the cage should be cut and treated.

  • E03-012-17F

    Monitored on 7/18/21 by MM & LM. Moonseed is spreading in cage. Two arrowwoods are fence-high and deer browsed. Cut buckthorn in and around cage needs herbicide treatment. Lots of poison ivy.

  • E03-013-17F

    Monitored on 7/18/21 by MM & LM. Two shrubs are above the fence. A native rose growing in the cage makes it hard/impossible to access the interior. Cut buckthorn in and around cage needs herbicide. Milkweed in and around cage. Downy hawthorn growing outside cage in front.

  • E03-015-17F

    Monitored on 7/28/21 by LM & KK. Moonseed is growing on the back fence. The arrowwoods were difficult to find and count with all of the buckthorn and poison ivy growing in the cage. There may be 8 plants. Plums are not on the checklist. Most of them were growing along the front of the cage. There was evidence of deer browsing on the plums. There is much buckthorn to be cut and treated in and behind the cage.

  • E03-018-17F

    Monitored on 7/21/21 by LM & MM. There is a lot of buckthorn inside to be cut and herbicided.

  • E03-020-19F

    Monitored on 7/18/21 by MM & LM. Healthy 2-foot oak in cage.

  • E03-021-19F

    Monitored on 7/21/21 by LM & MM. Was surrounded by buckthorn. Check to see whether the cut stumps were treated.

  • E04-003-16F

    Plums - one above fence, one at fence, one below fence. Look good. Cage seemed short 3 plum. 2 plum close to each other, maybe move middle one to SW corner of cage. Buckthorn cut and some herbicides last night. Cage has hard to find Carex cephaloidia in it, one of very few NB locations for species.

  • E04-016-18F

    Monitored on 7/10/21 by LM & MM. Lots of PI; small buckthorns. Very small honeysuckle with berries.

  • E04-019-18S

    Monitored on 7/10/21 by LM & MM. Shaded. Less dense than E04-020-18S. Insect damage. Signs of deer browsing. Green ash present.

  • E04-024-18F

    Monitored on 7/10/21 by LM & MM. Plums are competing with good herbaceous plants, bad honeysuckle, and some small buckthorn. Volunteer grape honeysuckle is present in front and behind the cage.

  • E04-025-18F

    Monitored on 7/10/21 by LM & MM. Front plants are much larger than those in the back. Honeysuckle in front center. A lot of poison ivy. Large Euonymous on the right side. White and red oak seedlings present. Type of crabapple at the left end??

  • E04-029-18F

    Monitored on 7/10/21 by LM & MM. Plants have seeds. Competing well with vegetation. 4 foot red oak--front center. Box elder in front on pathside.

  • E04-032-19F

    Monitored on 7/10/21 by LM & MM. Cage has Euonymouus, LOTV, and buckthorn.

  • E04-036-19F

    Monitored on 7/10/21 by LM & MM. Buckthorn in cage should be removed. Stem is still bent. There is a new runner outside the cage.

  • E05-004-17S

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Fire went through the cage. Plants are starting to sprout at the bases. Cage must be counted again later to determine the survival rate.

  • E05-005-17S

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Fire apparently went through the cage. Plants are resprouting from their bases. Cage must be checked again later.

  • E05-006-17S

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Rose species is not certain. The original elderberry stem is dead but 2 new plants are growing from their bases. The drought is causing browning on the leaf edges. Solomon seal, milkweed, mulberry, and grape are also present.

  • E05-010-17S

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. The plants were flowering. Poison ivy and burdock present. Burdock will need attention later.

  • E05-015-17F

    Monitored on 5/19/21 by LM. The rose had 4 large stems and one with smaller leaves growing from the base. (Fire?) A large woody stem (Crabapple?) was just getting leaves. The roses are overgrowing it. It should be staked.

  • E05-016-17F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Fire was in cage. Crabapple is growing from its base. It may become smothered by goldenrod. Check cage again during the summer.

  • E05-018-17F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Cage was too deep with weeds to find anything.

  • E05-020-17F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Remove buckthorn in and around cage.

  • E05-021-17F

    Monitored on 5/19/21 by LM. Chokecherry were flowering. The eastern plant is smaller. Ninebark were flowering. One burdock in center. Most of the floor is covered by wild strawberry. Some buckthorn inside at the back. Some poison ivy at east end.

  • E05-026-17F

    Monitored on 5/19/21 by LM. Two ninebark were above the fence and two were below. They range from good to excellent. The rose fills the west end of the cage. Buckthorn needed to be cut and treated. Not certain whether it was done.

  • E05-027-17F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Elderberry was flowering. Found gall on Buttonbush. Nice wetland plants . Cattails and Phragmites also in cage.

  • E05-028-17F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Empty cage

  • E05-032-17F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM & MM? Fire? Chokecherry were good to excellent. Rose had some dead stems but it was also spreading. Buckthorn and Canada thistle need attention.

  • E05-036-18F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Fire went through the cage. All plants are growing from the base. Thistle, burdock and garlic mustard are also in the cage.

  • E05-038-19S

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Fire went through cage. Recheck on 7/19/21 by LM. Huge Burdock is towering over the cage. Grapevines are covering the plums.

  • E05-042-19S

    Monitored on 5/19/21 by LM. There was no fire in this cage. One plum is above the fence. Golden Alexanders are also in the cage. Buckthorn should be cut and treated inside and outside the cage.

  • E05-045-19S

    Monitored on 5/19/21 by LM. Fire went through the cage. Plums are growing from the roots. There are also three small volunteers, one of them outside the cage by the bike path. Thistle in the cage should be treated.

  • E05-048-19S

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Buckthorn, hackberry, and grape should be removed.

  • E05-049-19S

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. The plants are flowering. Tall thistle and burdock should be removed.

  • E05-050-19F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. Also in the cage are chickory, tall thistle, burdock, and a hackberry. The burdock needs to be removed.

  • E05-053-20F

    Monitored on 6/16/21 by LM. There is no evidence of fire in this cage. Burdock in the cage should be treated.

  • E06-001-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM, and JM. The shrubs are pushing through the fence and are 2-3x the height of the fence. This is a candidate for fence removal. Inventory of each species is not possible. Yellow honeysuckle was not visible. There is some buckthorn. Tallest plants are 2 green ash. Four ft. burr oak in front. Also bristly green briar and chokecherry.

  • E06-003-15F

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM, and JM. Plants are pressing against the cage. Should the fencing be removed or enlarged? In addition to the prairie rose there is another native rose species. It wasn't possible to count the number of plants. Rose shoots are growing outside the fence. The elderberry is probably a volunteer. A hackberry is growing behind the cage. Should it be cut?

  • E06-004-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM, and JM. Gooseberries have fruit. The prickly ash is spreading. One very small plant was noted. Buckthorn at the east end may need attention.

  • E06-005-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM, and JM. There are probably more gooseberries. They are too dense to count. One prickly ash was very large and the other shorter. In addition, there are many small plants. Also present is one hackberry, common milkweed, and one very large oak. Buckthorn may need attention.

  • E06-007-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM, and JM. Shrubs are pressing against the fence. Remove or enlarge the cage? Can't get an exact count on the hazelnuts because they are so dense. Prickly ash is shaded in the back. Elderberry has two main stems and many shoots. It was flowering. A mulberry is in the cage. Remove it?

  • E06-008-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM, & JM. There are 8 or more Hazelnuts. The elderberry is spreading in the cage and the prairie rose is spreading inside and outside. There is buckthorn (and poison ivy) in the cage to be treated. Should the overhanging cottonwood and/or elm be cut?

  • E06-009-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM & JM. The cage is full! The number of blackhaw is an estimate. There is a lot of buckthorn behind, to the side of, and inside the cage. Burdock and poison ivy should be removed if feasible.

  • E06-010-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM & JM. Two plum were accidentally cut in an earlier year. Poison hemlock is growing near the cage. Remove?

  • E06-011-16S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM & JM. The prickly ash has multiple stems. Many smaller shoots are also growing. Buckthorn is growing behind the ash.

  • E06-012-17S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM & JM. Couldn't find the hawthorn. The rose species was not identified but it is spreading. The blackhaw had fruit developing. One red oak is in the cage. Small buckthorn, grape, and poison ivy could be addressed.

  • E06-017-19S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM & JM. Goldenrod is growing in the cage which is no problem. The poison ivy that is climbing the fence should be removed.

  • E06-019-19S

    Monitored on 6/2/21 by LM, MM & JM. Four of the plums are AF/E. The one at the east end is below the fence and struggling. Some plums have suckers. Burdock, elm , and 2 maples should be removed.

  • F03-002-15F

    Monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Only 5 of 6 remain. Of 5 remaining, 2 had serious die-off, but regrowing from rootstock Other three twice the height of fence Cage needs repair on west side

  • F03-003-15S

    Monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs This fencing was removed, pole w/ cage tag remains. Plants okay, but die back this year. Drought? Was some fruiting. I would say we start by removing at the grape and then the downed tree and then I think we take down the Box Elder closest to river. Big project.

  • F03-004-16F

    monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs WAY better than average for Downy Medium tree across cage to be removed, too much buckthorn in and around cage

  • F03-017-15F

    monitored on July 3, 3021, by LM, KK & -jrrrs ninebark crowded, but still full of seed clean cottonwood and buckthorn, cutback goldenrod… kill purple loosestrife ASAP some excellent herbaceous plants, Great St John’s Wart

  • F03-018-17S

    monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Fruiting!!! Medium tree down across cage that must be removed snd cage rebuilt, need 1-2 poles. Buckthorn, ash & grape to remove

  • F03-021-17S

    monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Good for excellent for Downy Reed Canary Grass SE of cage Beautiful Great St John’s Wort SE of cage photographed

  • F03-022-17S

    monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Rose is Rosa blanda, Early Blooming Rose, looks excellent, tons of hips, but deer browsed Elderberry look looks great, volunteer Medium dead hawthorn across cage, needs to be repaired, need two new poles.

  • F03-024-17S

    Monitored July 5th, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Dead Move Cockspur Hawthorn from elderberry cages to here

  • F03-033-18S

    Monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & - jrrs Looked excellent, many, many blooms Fence needs repair, need to remove Cottonwoods & buckthorn

  • F03-036-18F

    Monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Rose look good, many hips Tree fall on cage, cage needs repair Two 4 foot oaks in cage, one a Bur, one a Red, move one?

  • F03-037-18F

    Monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Cage crushed by large ash, needs complete rebuild Elderberry persist, actually look good considering crushing

  • F03-043-18F

    monitored on July 3, 3021, by LM, KK & -jrrrs cage needs grape, buckthorn, ash, cottonwood removed, big buckthorn patch west of cage many seeds on Ninebark at least volunteer Elderberry

  • F03-048-18F

    monitored July 3, 2021, by LM, KK, & -jrrs Cage needs downfall removed and 2 new poles Caged yellowbud hickory to south above fence and looking good… from fall 2018 Some box elder trees in area need to go

  • F03-049-18F

    monitored July 3, 2021, by LM, KK, & -jrrs Remove ash, buckthorn and downed box elder

  • F03-050-19F

    monitored March 30, 2021, by -jrrs & LM of the original 6 wafer ash, 4 remain, and of those 4 all healthy, 3 were blooming Wahoo is good Add another wahoo or wafer ash, or plant some wafer ash seed here CAGE NEEDS CLEANING OUT

  • F03-050-19F

    monitored on July 3, 3021, by LM, KK & -jrrrs Only 4 WAsh remain, one w/ seed Wahoo looks excellent CAGE NEEDS buckthorn, basswood & box elder removed

  • F03-051-19F

    monitored July 3, 2021, by LM, KK, & -jrrs only 2 of 5 remain Cage needs weeding

  • F03-052-19F

    None remain in cage Cage needs new plants

  • F03-056-19F

    monitored July 3, 2021, by LM, KK, & -jrrs Not found, plant wahoo in cage

  • F03-059-19F

    monitored July 3, 2021, by LM, KK, & -jrrs Empty cage, needs a wahoo

  • F03-066-20F

    Monitored July 5, 2021, by KK, LM & -jrrs Chokecherry in fair shape, not worried, but watch Clean out ash Add Chokecherry & 2 hazelnut

  • F04-001-15F

    Monitored on 7/13/21 by LM & JP. The elderberries are spreading. There are at least 7 plants. They were fruiting. There is a 4-foot swamp white oak in the cage and 2 ash trees. NOTE: East of this cage, near a single hickory, there was an untagged cage with 3 roses (BF/E). The cage also had buckthorn and Euonymous.

  • F04-005-16S

    Monitored on 8/29/21 by LM & MM. The cage is partially crushed by a small tree but no immediate attention is needed.

  • F04-008-15F

    Monitored on 9/1/21 by MM & JM. The dogwoods are huge and fruiting. The nannyberry is being overcome by the roses which are spreading. Two posts are really bent and should be replaced. Green ash is growing up against the fence.

  • F04-010-16F

    Monitored on 9/1/21 by MM & JM. Dogwoods are fruiting. The cage is very bent out of shape. One pole needs to be replaced.

  • F04-011-16F

    Monitored on 9/1/21 by MM & JM. Dogwoods are fruiting. Roses are fruiting, spilling over the fence, and spreading outside the cage. Elderberry is probably too shaded out by the dogwoods. There is a big green ash outside the cage. Multiflora rose is outside the cage and there is a huge one closer to the slough. This should be a priority for removal but Linda saw a swamp sparrow this spring which seemed to be living in the base of a rose in this area. Maybe it will move to the native roses next year.

  • F04-014-16F

    Monitored on 7/13/21 by LM & JP. Removing the grape from the cage would help the elderberries.

  • F04-016-15F

    Monitored on 9/1/21 by MM & JM. Most of what was found in the cage was not on the planting list. Plant conditions except for the elderberry were not recorded but were approximated from the 2020 report. The elderberry didn't "look great'". Some green ash is in the cage. Perhaps this cage needs a check to see why the shrubs aren't thriving.

  • F04-017-16S

    Monitored on 9/1/21 by MM & JM. There is green ash, elm, and maple in the cage. The fence is low and bent out of shape.

  • F04-018-16S

    Monitored on 9/1/21 by MM & JM. The cage is pretty bent out of shape--we were able to walk right in. Plenty of green ash in the cage. There is plenty of space for new plants.

  • F04-031-19F

    Monitored on 9/1/21 by MM & JM. The dogwoods are spreading. Green dragon and other good forbs in the cage. Some green ash as tall as the dogwoods could be competing with them.

  • F04-034-20F

    has one oak species growing in cage, remove posion ivy and ash, crowding out young wafer ash

  • F04-038-20F

    cage needs at least one new post / has two oaks inside

  • HW4-004-18F

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs. 2 plum doing okay, one plum dead, one incorrectly IDed plum at planting day is actually a Ninebark, which looks good enough, no flowers or seeds, being deer browsed. Add a plum for one that died.

  • HW4-010-18F

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs One struggling plum in front (east side) Tree of Heaven (Hell), Buckthorn, Creeping Thistle & Reed Canary Grass to remove.

  • HW4-022-18F

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs. DHawthorn very good, but small. Solomon’s Seal over growing it w/ huge seeds we need to collect.

  • HW4-023-19S

    monitored July 8, 2021, by LM & -jrrs. Probably dead and needs replacing.

  • HW4-025-19S

    monitored July 8, 2021, by LM & -jrrs. 2 look great, one looks good, one seriously struggling, one dead and needs replacement.

  • HW4-026-19S

    monitored July 8, 2021, by LM & -jrrs. Rust and insect damage. Why can’t we get Downy H to grow. Buckthorn in cage to remove. Teasel needs cutting.

  • HW4-028-19S

    monitored July 8, 2021, by LM & -jrrs. They got through drought, 2 over fence, one at fence, two below fence. Remove invasive Purple Crownvetch in and around cage. Teasel in area to herbicide as well.

  • HW4-031-19S

    monitored July 8, 2021, by LM & -jrrs. Probably dead. Replace w/ Cockspur.

  • HW4-035-19S

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs. Needs replacement plum or cockspur

  • HW4-036-19S

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs, Two west most plants have lots of seed, back plant not getting enough sun. Clear cage of woody plants.

  • HW4-037-19S

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs. Best DownyH I’ve seen recently. Buckthorn & ash need to be cut & herbicided in this area.

  • HW4-039-19S

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs. Ninebark great, cage a mess. Much woody growth to remove.

  • HW4-042-19F

    monitored July 8, 2021, by LM & -jrrs. 3 excellent, one struggling, one dead. Not sure why. Remove overhanging Black Walnut.

  • HW4-043-19F

    monitored July 10, 2021, by KK & -jrrs. Not entirely happy. Remove grapevine and woody growth. This area needs a buckthorn purge.

  • NR2-001-18F

    Monitored on 5/26/21 by LM & MM. Plants range from good to excellent. The cage has a lot of poison ivy and some golden alexanders. There is one very bent pole and the fence has been bent several times. It is time for some attention.

  • NR3 -004-20F

    Monitored on 7/19/21 by LM. Similar insect damage as in 004 but not as bad. The tree would probably be above fence height if it were staked upright. A stake should be used to direct the tree to grow straight.

  • NR3-002-20F

    1 ash tree should be removed and treated with herbicide.

  • P08-001-17S

    monitored July 25, 2021, by Katy, Linda & -jrrs. 7 are thriving, some w/ heavy fruit load. Remove buckthorn & elm, bull thistle.

  • P08-002-17S

    monitored July 25, 2021, by Katy, Linda & -jrrs. Two way above fence w/ good fruit this year. Other 5 heavy deer browse but re-growing vigorously. Cage has tree fall and it must be removed and fence repaired ASAP.

  • P08-004-17S

    monitored July 25, 2021, by Katy, Linda & -jrrs. 5 good Downy in one cage!!! Victory! At least 2 Climbing Prairie rose. Dead tree across cage to remove, repair fence.

  • P08-007-17F

    monitored July 25, 2021, by Katy, Linda & -jrrs. Look great… cage needs weeding by experienced volunteer

  • P08-009-17F

    monitored July 25, 2021, by Katy, Linda & -jrrs. BFD look great, but tree over cage needs to be removed ASAP.

  • P08-021-17F

    monitored July 25, 2021, by Katy, Linda & -jrrs. Three ROD died back and re-grew from ground. One deer browsed. Only one Chokecherrry, struggling, maybe too shady. Clear buckthorn. Tree through cage. Remove & repair cage.

  • P08-022-17F

    monitored July 25, 2021, by Katy, Linda & -jrrs. At least 7, they don’t look great. Two dead trees have obliterated cage. ASAP clean out.

  • R01-001-17F

    These are NOT Prairie Rose, two clearly marked Early Wild Rose. Average height at about fence. Multiple Rose hips. Both ninebark plants loaded w/seed Some deer browse where fence fell on ROD, cage needs 3-4 new poles Cage needs 3-4 new poles. Cage needs Box Elder removed, and some goldenrod cut back.

  • R01-002-17F

    The remaining ninebark is loaded w/ seed No sign of clematis Cage needs rebuilding, 3-4 new poles, maybe some other ROD or NB? Remove an elm

  • R01-003-17F

    Glowering and full of seed. We should spread seed, or collect it. Cage needs a pole in back, maybe ***Huge area of Purple Loosestrife needs to be killed ASAP*** Cage surrounded by Reed Canary, may have been treated spring of 2021 Caged white oak sp just to west looks GREAT

  • R01-005-17F

    The one rose is magnificent, full of flowers Saw no clematis, ninebark or nannyberry, though all reported last year Cage has two Buttonbush we had to have an planted??? Need to find out when, but guessing 2019. They look good. Reed canary around cage was probably treated in spring 2021, will need more treatment Very small white oak sp just outside of cage should be caged. Large caged white oak sp 50 ft East of cage looks GREAT, other planted tree 10 feet east of cage dead -jrrs

  • R01-006-17F

    monitored July 8, 2021, by -jrrs. Five big robust ROD with flowers & fruit. 3 smaller w/ tree across the cage. Remove tree fall, rebuild cage?

  • R01-009-17F

    monitored July 7, 2021, by -jrrs This cage gets run into by out of control bikers, so it’s a bit beat up, but good enough as is. 4 ROD look good, but maybe need a little more tone to set roots on west side of cage. Two Chokecherry remain, but they are small and not really thriving. Why? Maybe relocate inside or out of cage? Three Illinois / Prairie Rose look excellent. Many blooms. Is front rose a volunteer? How many did we plant. Cage still has a little room for more native shrubs. Time to cut down huge female buckthorn on riverbank behind it.

  • R01-011-17F

    monitored July 7, 2021, by -jrrs Again, like R01-010, no rose, but a CCherry that looks fine, but it is small and growing slow. Remove buckthorn, ash & grapevine around cage.

  • R01-018-19F

    Average fence high, cage filled w/ surrounded by Reed Canary. Small Hackberry within. NW side of cage encroached by buckthorn that should be removed. Caged white oak so just to East looks nice

  • R01-024-19F

    monitored July 7, 2021, by -jrrs A bit thin, but average fence high, three w/ blooms. Tree fall across cage.

  • R02-002-16F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. The plants found in the cage do not match the 5 mapleleaf viburnum listed on the 2021 checklist nor do they match the earlier 2021 observation notes. It is a beautiful cage. Not certain what the problem is. The plant heights and conditions are approximations--they were not recorded.

  • R02-004-15F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. The cage content does match the checklist. The cockspur hawthorn has a "downy hawthorn" nursery tag. An "Iowa crab" tag was found on a dead plant. Volunteer dogwoods are filling the cage.

  • R02-006-15F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. A recheck of this cage found the following changes/corrections: The hawthorn is a cockspur, not a downy. Only 1 dwarf honeysuckle was found instead of 3. (drought?) What was recorded as 2 hazelnuts are actually 2 witch hazels.

  • R02-008-15F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. As opposed to the earlier observation this year we found 4 viburnums that looked to be the same species--maple leaf. The gooseberry may have been there.

  • R02-014-17F

    monitored March 30, 2021, by -jrrs & LM ironwood had flowers... See note from S05-041-20F Hazelnut looked good This cage can still use more plants

  • R02-019-19F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. The plants in front look better, probably because they get more sun. There is some small buckthorn and elm in the cage but the shrubs have plenty of elbow room. There is one bent fence pole in the back.

  • R02-023-19F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. The cage is empty. There is no evidence of a plant ever being here--no dead stick or nursery tag.

  • R02-026-19F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. There is a Euonymous growing in the cage but probably not what we planted. Grapevines are also present. Empty cage???

  • R02-030-19F

    Monitored on 8/4/21 by MM & LM. The condition of the hawthorn is good to struggling. A big basswood is encroaching on the cage which could be helping the plant. The hawthorn has big leaves but some rust spots and insect damage. ACTION ????

  • R03-001-15F

    monitored July 11, 2021, by -jrrs. 6 plants found, one more found dead. Crowded cage, but shrubs bearing much fruit. Remove woody ash, grapevine, box elder & catalpa from in and auound cage ASAP.

  • R03-007-19F

    monitored July 11, 2021, by -jrrs. Plant gone, needs to be replaced.

  • R03-012-19F

    monitored July 11, 2021, by -jrrs. Scrawny, thin and sickly looking, Need more sun?

  • R03-013-20F

    weird growth on stem, looked like a gall maybe... check in August 2021

  • R03-014-20F

    like R03-013-20F, growth on stem, looks like a gall... leaves only growing from main stem. Check again in August 2021

  • R03-016-20F

    this also had gall-lke growth on stem, but looked better than prior two DHawthorn...

  • R03-017-20F

    gall-lke growth on stems like R03-13/14 & 16, check in August 2021

  • R04-001-15F

    monitored July 14, 2021, by /jrrs. Only one BB remains here. We planted them here twice now. Not caged, but we need to CAGE THIS. Also need cage tag along w/ r04-011 & 012.

  • R04-002-16S

    Monitored on 8/29/21 by MM & LM. Dogwoods were fruiting and arching over the cage. There might be a tall invasive Euonymous in the cage.

  • R04-003-15S

    Monitored on 8/29/21 by MM & LM. Wafer ash is great and filling cage. The probable black currant was not listed as being planted but is doing well and fruiting. The wafer ash has fungus on its stems. Invasive Euonymous may be in the cage.

  • R04-004-15F

    Monitored on 8/29/21 by MM & LM. The cage is full. Nannyberries were difficult to count there are at least 4 and maybe 5. The black currant was fruiting and spreading. The cage needs attention. The shrubs are becoming shaded out by grape and other things. A tall female buckthorn is outside the cage on the riverside and a big female BT is in the cage. There is a giant fruiting wahoo(?) in the cage. Other Euonymous shoots may be spreading from the big wahoo.

  • R04-006-16F

    monitored July 16, 2021, by -jrrs. Healthiest Black Currant I have seen that we have planted at LaBagh. 5 shrub full of fruit. ROD look wonderful. Flowering. Elderberry looks good. Has fruit growing, but in competition here, tough to get enough sun. buckthorn, as, catalpa near cage has to go. Spindle or Burning Bush in cage needs to go. Oak on east side of planting needs to be caged.

  • R04-007-15F

    monitored on July 16, 2021, by -jrrs. I found 5 yellow tagged ROD. No BFD. ROD looks fantastic, flowers and ripe fruit. Two medium sized ash, and one elm in cage I cut bark off of to girdle until removed. Ash, Catalpa to eliminate around cage.

  • R04-008-16S

    monitored on July 16, 2021, by -jrrs. Cage has huge ash downfall on it, has for more than a year. Downfall put a now damaged Boxelder into and around cage (as well as R04-017, which is un-monitor-able until cleaned of deadfall). Silky / Blue-fruited Dogwood look great, what remains. Guessing more are in cage I just can’t see. Elderberry is above cage, but shadowed out by robust BFD. Relocate across path in fall.

  • R04-010-18F

    monitored on July 12, 2021, by -jrrs. All the Blue-fruited Dogwood above fence, but no blooms or seed. Need more sun???

  • R04-011-18F

    monitored July 12, 2021, but -jrrs Two BB were almost deer browsed to death, but have regrown vigorously this year. CAGE THEM, and add an aluminum tag to their cage.

  • R04-012-18F

    monitored July 14, 2021, by /jrrs. Heavy deer browse, flood damage. These are not caged. BB upstream on riverbank that are not as old, but caged, are twice the height w/ blooms. CAGE THESE.

  • R04-013-18F

    Monitored on 8/29/21 by MM & LM. Roses are coming out of the cage. They are fruiting. Rose hips could be harvested. There are 2 bur oaks in the cage.

  • R04-017-18S

    monitored on July 16, 2021, by -jrrs. Cage has been smashed by large ash downfall. Ash knocked down a boxelder into these two cages. Cage will need rebuilding. Many ash around cage in cage. What I can make out, looks like 4 ROD remain, are thriving and are in bloom.

  • R04-019-20F

    also had gall-lile growths on stem??? Follow up with check in August 2021

  • R04-021-20F

    monitored on July 12, 2021, by -jrrs. Small but look good. Red oak in cage, lots of Lilly ot Valley. Tree fall across cage in last week to clean up. Will need one new pole for fence repair.

  • R07-002-15F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. Fence is partially down and in need of repair. Phragamites, cottonwood, and buckthorn should be removed.

  • R07-003-15F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. Buckthorn outside of cage. Planting looks excellent. Candidate for cage removal?

  • R07-004-15F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. Two of the four dogwoods are outside the cage. One of them is AF/E while the other is fence high and struggling, possibly due to browsing. There is a lot of tall buckthorn nearby that should be removed.

  • R07-006-15F

    Monitored on 6/6/21 by LM, MM & JM. Gooseberry was friuting. Maianthemum in cage. Boxelder and tall buckthorn in cage needs to be removed

  • R07-007-15F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. There may be more than the 5 currants reported. Three poles are down in the cage. They are rusted off at the base. The fence needs repair. There is room for 3-4 more plants.

  • R07-008-15F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. The chokecherry are being shaded by the elderberry. Cage has two bent poles. The cage would get more sun if nearby box elder were removed. There is also a big buckthorn about five feet away.

  • R07-011-15F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. Also in the cage is yellow iris, 3+ large ash, and creeping jenny.

  • R07-012-15F

    Monitored on 6/6/21 by LM, MM & JM. One chokecherry is competing with a 12-15' green ash. One of the original currants died but there are young plants now. The elderberry shades everything in the cage. All the shrubs inside are competing with a box elder outside of the cage.

  • R07-014-15F

    Monitored on 6/6/21 by LM, MM & JM. Nannyberries are good to excellent. Elderberry is very shaded. Some cool sedges in cage. Large dead ash lying across an elm or hackberry nearby.

  • R07-018-15S

    Monitored on 6/6/21 by LM, MM & JM. Cage is extremely crowded. The two bladdernuts have bladders. The gooseberries are fruiting. There is a 6-7 ft prickly ash outside the cage just to the north. There is some buckthorn in the cage. Candidate for cage removal?

  • R07-021-15F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. Drought has probably caused problems with this cage. Were some plants accidentally cut off when buckthorn was removed? There is a giant dead tree across the cage.

  • R07-025 -19F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. One dead dogwood was found. One of the living dogwoods was above fence high. Vegetation was sparse due to drought. There was some buckthorn, yellow iris, mulberry, maple, and cottonwood in the cage.

  • R07-027-19F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. Like all cages at this time, vegetation is sparse due to drought. Yellow iris, ash, buckthorn, and Canada thistle need to be cleaned out.

  • R07-031-19F

    Monitored on 6/9/21 by LM, MM & JM. Yellow iris is present. The cage needs repair.

  • S04-004a-16F

    Monitored on 8/21/21 by LM & MM. NOTE: In 2020 cages S04-004a-16F and -004b-16F were cleaned and combined into one large cage, S04-004-16F. Listed in this entry are the plants and cages that we found. Four cages of single ironwoods were nearby. They had no tags. ACTIONS REQUESTED: The 4 single ironwood enclosures near S04-004, -005, and -006 should be tagged and recorded. The checklist for 2022 will need to be changed to reflect the cages and plants that are there.

  • S04-004F-16F

    Monitored on 7/1/21 by LM & MM. Couldn't find a cage listed that matches the contents of this cage. We are not certain of the nannyberry identification.

  • S04-006-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Good native plants in cage--Joe pye weed, maianthemum, bottlebrush grass. 5' red oak in cage. Buckthorn was cut in cage, but needs herbicide.

  • S04-008-16S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Maybe cage can be removed? Cut buckthorn in cage.

  • S04-009-16S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Insect damage on leaves. Cut buckthorn in cage.

  • S04-014-16F

    Monitored on 6/19/21 by LM & ?. Some fire had gone through cage. Gooseberries had fruit. There was one tall dogwood and another woody plant that need to be identified.

  • S04-015-16F

    Monitored on 6/19 by LM & ?. Spring fire went through cage except for one corner. All hazels growing from the ground except the hazel in the corner. One appears to be dead but may come back if it gets water soon. No dwarf honeysuckles were found. Again, some may grow if there is rain. One invasive honeysuckle is present.

  • S04-019-16S

    Monitored on 8/21/21 by LM & MM. A downed tree has crushed part of the fence. The tree is partially on or close to some sumac volunteers just outside the cage. There is also elderberry growing in the cage.

  • S04-020-16F

    Monitored on 6/19/21 by LM & ?. Fire went through the cage. Dwarf honeysuckle was questionable. The fence needs post work.

  • S04-023-16S

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM. These were transplanted to this cage in fall 2020... new dead tree fall across cage June 2021

  • S04-024-16F

    Monitored on 7/1/21 by LM & MM. There are 10 big plants and many little ones. A tree is on one side of the fence.

  • S04-025-16F

    Monitored on 7/1/21 by LM & MM. There is a large variation in leaf size. The cage is very shaded. A multiflora rose is also present.

  • S04-026-16F

    Monitored on 7/1/21 by LM & MM. Two of the hazelnuts are struggling. The cage is very shaded. Could we get more light? There is no evidence of the honeysuckles.

  • S04-027-16F

    Monitored on 7/1/21 by LM & MM. One hazelnut is growing prostrate/parallel to the ground. There are also a hackberry and buckthorn in the cage. All of the plants are at one end and grapes are growing on one side. This cage needs some attention.

  • S04-029-18S

    Monitored on 7/1/21 by LM & MM. Fire went through the cage. Most of the vegetation is new growth. The ironwood should be checked again later after there has been rain and time for growth. Bull thistle should be removed.

  • S04-030-18S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. The prickly ash are all above the fence except for one that got burned in the fire, but it is growing vigorously along with many new sprouts. Other good herbaceous plants in cage--maianthemum, stellatum,... Cut buckthorn in the cage needs to be herbicided. Other small BT can be basal bark herbicided. Garlic mustard is encroaching on the cage.

  • S04-031-18S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Multiple gooseberry volunteers in the cage--at least three. Not sure whether to list them under plant details. Large dead tree lying across part of the cage; one pole bent. Big poison ivy in cage and small cut buckthorn.

  • S04-032-18S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Checklist refers to the plants as "Prickly" Gooseberry. One is fruiting, a couple are really struggling, and a few are nearly dead because of the drought. Hopefully, they will recover when it rains. Cut buckthorn in the cage needs to herbicided.

  • S04-033-18S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Cut buckthorn in cage need to be treated. Cage has room for 1-2 more shrubs.

  • S04-036-18S

    Monitored on 6/19/21 by LM & ?. Cut patch of buckthorn in front and sprouts behind the cage.

  • S04-040-18S

    Monitored on 6/19/21 by LM & ?. Fire went through cage. Five plants growing from the ground were thought to be nannyberry. This should be checked again later in the season.

  • S04-043-18F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Cut buckthorn in the cage needs to be herbicided, as well as winged Euonymous and garlic mustard in and around the cage.

  • S04-044-18F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Coral berry growing in middle. (Leave or remove?) Wild geranium & persicaria in cage. Buckthorn in cage can be basal barked.

  • S04-049-19F

    Monitored on 6/19/21 by LM & ?. Fire went through cage. Ironwood has no visible leaves but may have buds. Must check plant again later.

  • S04-049-19F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM This plant was killed by the March 23, 2021, prescribed burn carried out by a FPCC contractor. Replace with another Ironwood as soon as we have more.

  • S04-055-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Some Canadian ginger in corner. Some cut buckthorn in cage.

  • S04-057-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Maybe dead. Check after rain for a possible rebound.

  • S04-058-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Cage isn't big enough for the 3 plants that were listed. Probably there was only one plant.

  • S04-062-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Roses are good to excellent. Small buckthorn in cage can be basal barked. Good maianthemum fruiting in cage.

  • S04-063-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Not listed on 2021 Checklist.

  • S04-064-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Cut buckthorn in cage.

  • S04-065-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Cage not 2021 checklist

  • S04-066-20F

    This ironwood was killed by the prescribed burn by a FPCC contractor in S04 on March 22, 2021 Cage needs new plant, another ironwood? Buckthorn & ash growing in cage

  • S04-067-20F

    This ironwood was killed by the prescribed burn by a FPCC contractor in S04 on March 22, 2021 Cage needs new plant, another ironwood?

  • S04-069-20F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM needs mulch around plants, and two new poles (at least) because of large Maple that fell onto cage

  • S04-074-20F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM only 4 Dwarf Honeysuckle remain, all healthy, 2 were flowering remove Multiflora Rose in SE corner of cage

  • S04-075-20F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM remove elm tree in cage

  • S05-006-16S

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. Were the cockspur hawthorn replacements for the downy hawthorn that are listed on the checklist? The chokecherries have insect damage. We found fewer plants than were seen last year. Volunteer black raspberry is still there.

  • S05-007-15F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. The bladdernuts are growing under the roses. There may be more. Three large ash trees are growing in the cage--two at one end and one at the other. It's possible that they may be the three planted wafer ash, but this must be determined before they are cut down as green ash. There are probably more than three roses at this time. They are spreading outside the cage and made it impractical to enter.

  • S05-008-16S

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. The cage is crowded with basswood which needs to be killed. Elderberry has small leaves, probably due to a lack of light. There is also buckthorn in the cage.

  • S05-011-17F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs two MLV, good, but not great one Downy Arrowood persists, and looked good Two red oaks in cage, and beautiful Solomon's Seal inside cage (get seed)? This cage needs has room for more plants

  • S05-012-17F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. A piece of melted yellow plant tag near the arrowwood indicates that fire may have gone through the cage. The arrowwood has significant beetle damage. The maple leaf viburnums are doing much better than the arrowwood. A lot of Lily of the Valley in the cage and surrounding area.

  • S05-012-17F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs both MLV dead and did not survive two Downy Arrowood persist This cage needs some plants. MLV and DHoneysuckle would work here

  • S05-016-17F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. There are at least 6 roses. No chokecherry was found. 1 three-foot oak. Fruiting green briar 1 buckthorn cluster to be cut and treated.

  • S05-018-17F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. Could not get to the cage because of extra fencing. There appears to be 2 very tall ash(?) in the cage that should be removed.

  • S05-019-17F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. One side of the cage is open.

  • S05-022-17F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. Five arrowwoods were found but they have a lot of beetle damage. There is buckthorn and ash to be cut and treated. Grape and briar cover much of the area.

  • S05-024-17F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs no Downy Arrowood noted, yet again one MLV was barely surviving, the other was CUT & HERBICIDED, and I think the reason the other was barely surviving is because it might have been herbicided as well... we can't make mistakes like this. Need to find some plants that will survive in this cage which is basically empty

  • S05-026-17F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. The cage is very shaded. Buckthorn and thistle should removed.

  • S05-034-19F

    Monitored on 7/31/21 by LM & JQ. The leaves are yellow-green with red spots. ????

  • S05-041-20F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM mulch around this cage with a thick layer so that future prescribed burns will stop before they get to Ironwood stem and kill it like the S04 prescribed burn did with at least 3 Ironwood in March 2021

  • S05-044-20F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM original notes indicate Ironwood was planted here, but it was a Wahoo Three Dwarf Honeysuckle flowering remove basswood and elms stump from cage

  • S05-046-20F

    monitored May 16, 2021, by -jrrs & LM see note for S05-041-20F might need to stake this Ironwood up if still leaning

  • W04-003-15F

    monitored July 7, 2021, by -jrrs I hope to find old planting day materials, but I don’t believe we planted 5 Buttonbush here. Cage too small. Maybe 2-3, but that was a long time ago for my memory. This cage was rebuilt w/ original materials by DM & LM in dry period in 2020. The remaining Buttonbush now looks great and actually has two flower buds. Need to drop some Silver Maple to west of cage.

  • W08-001-17S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Ash trees and buckthorn in cage taller than currants. Watch for giant poison ivy.

  • W08-004-17S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Cage crushed by fallen tree. Tall buckthorn inside & outside cage. Ash growing in cage. All 3 posts need to be replaced. Tree also on cage 002.

  • W08-005-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Large tree trunk has fallen on part of cage. One post may need replacement.

  • W08-007-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Fence needs straightening. One ash in cage but shrubs are taller.

  • W08-008-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Giant poison ivy in cage. Large buckthorn inside and outside cage. Fallen large branch on cage affecting one pole. Japanese barberry outside cage.

  • W08-009-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Big elm in cage. Coralberry growing inside and outside of cage. Large buckthorn in cage; female needs cutting. Mess of downed limbs on fence; at least five poles are affected. Number of roses is difficult to determine. Roses have grown outside the cage. Prickly ash has a nursery tag. Grape vines are growing up the ash. Cage may not have to be repaired as fallen wood makes it inaccessible.

  • W08-010-17S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Dead tree obstructing plant count. Spicebush are fruiting. Dead tree has pushed two live trees into the cage which is shading out the spicebush. Japanese barberry outside cage. Large fruiting buckthorn outside cage needs to be removed. Green dragons in cage!

  • W08-011-17S

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Deer may browse on spicebush that sticks out. The plants are fruiting but they are overrun by grapevine and a dead tree leaning over the cage. A boxelder has been pushed over and is shading the cage.

  • W08-012-17S

    Monitored on 7/19/21 by LM. The cage is full. The dogwoods are way above the fence and loaded with berries.

  • W08-017-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. 1 spicebush tag found on a dead shrub. One Illinois rose had a nursery tag. Multiple plants are present. Large buckthorn, hackberry, poison ivy, and currant in cage. Take out trees.

  • W08-018-16F

    Monitored on 7/19/21 by LM. The cage is too crowded to count or accurately assess the plants. There is catbriar and 2 fruiting buckthorns, a hackberry and a green ash above the fence, There are native roses and small prickly ash inside. A lopper or saw and help with identification will be needed.

  • W08-019-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. The cage is full. Couldn't count the plants. They are not expected to get more than fence high which some are. They may be spreading outside the cage. there was no tag onthe cage.

  • W08-020-16F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. Huge fallen branch has crushed part of fence; three poles bent (tree impaled on fence). Buckthorn in cage. Some open space.

  • W08-021-19F

    Monitored on 6/23/21 by LM & MM. The buttonbush are good to excellent. There are ash in the cage which could be removed. There are also lots of sedges, fringed loosestrife, and lots of fowl mannagrass in and out of the cage.

  • W08-022-19F

    Monitored on 7/19/21 by LM. Two plants are above fence height. Asters? and other herbs are filling the cage. They need to be thinned out. There is some insect damage to the buttonbush.

  • W08-023-19F

    Monitored on 7/19/21 by LM. Less sun than "022", less herbs; buttonbush is spreading. No fruit. Plants on south side are leaning north for sun. One ash to be removed.