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Invasive Vine Removal and Management

Updated: Jan 3

Of course, in addition to identifying and eradicating poison ivy, our team here at Pacocha Landscaping Services have become quite versed at complete removal and/or strategic pruning of various climbing and spreading vines over the years.

Large Trumpet Vine Growing Well Beyond Wood Trellis

We find that sometimes a rather mature vine can overwhelm the facade of a building, an ornamental bed space, or it could be found forcing it's way beneath vinyl siding, or even smothering desireable bushes and nearby trees. The bottom line is, if left completely unchecked, a large climbing vine can cause trouble, both aesthetically and financially speaking.



Here are just a few climbing vines and spreading plants we have helped manage according to the property owners wishes.


- Trumpet vine

- Climbing hydrangea

- Wild grape vines

- English Ivy

- Boston Ivy

- Poison Ivy

- Virginia Creeper

- Ground ivy (Creeping Charlie)

- Bindweed


When planning for complete physical removal and/or long term chemical control of well established problematic vines and other invasive perennials, please allow plenty of time (several growing seasons preferred) and adequate resources for multiple removal visits (labor, disposal fees, etc.), which will likely be necessary to regain control of the targeted area.


Please be sure to contact Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc. with any help needed to identify your problematic vine and/or to devise a succesful long-term eradication strategy. Thank you for visiting our site and have a great day!


Pacocha Landscaping Services, Inc.

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