Too much Solomon's Seal?
Hello, I purchased an acreage in February in Southern MN, Martin County, Near Trimont. On the property there is a grove which has silver maple, cottonwood and mulberry trees. I have planted some pine, spruce, burr oak, and sugar maple saplings this spring. I am writing today because the grove seems to have a population of Native Solomon's Seal, so much so that I am wondering if it is overpopulated and needs to be thinned (the stand is 6ft+ tall). My goal, in the future, is to establish a healthy woodland species mix in the grove. does the Solomon's Seal need to be thinned in order for additional native woodland plants to thrive? I have attached some images for reference.
Martin County Minnesota