Have your ever wonder about weeds in trees? In nature, trees serve as habit and shelter for a large number of animal species, and also as host plants for other types of vegetation. This host role also spontaneously takes place in trees growing in parks and gardens, especially in the subtropics.
Gardeners should be aware of the different kinds of these weeds, whether or not they are harmful to the host tree, and what if there is something you can do about them. Together, these woody or non-woody plants depend upon trees for various ecological services: support, shade, moisture, nutrients, pollination and germination. Epiphytes and parasites are two naturally-occurring plants in trees.
<h2>Weeds in trees: