Rhododendron in UK covers nearly 100,000 hectares

Invasive Rhododendron covers an area of woodland and adjacent land equal to nearly two-thirds of Greater London, or more than 3 per cent of the UK's total woodland area, provisional figures from the Forestry Commission's National Forest Inventory (NFI) suggest.

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