You may have seen the billboards, calling honeysuckle an "enemy of the state."
It turns out that pretty bush with its fragrant, white and yellow flowers isn't so sweet after all.
Erin Shank is an urban wildlife biologist with the Missouri Department of Conservation. But she spends a lot of her time these days trying to get rid of invasive honeysuckle.
"We certainly have quite a bit of it, no doubt about that," Shank said. "And it’s a bugger of a plant to control and manage."