How To Identify Whether A Plant is Japanese Knotweed

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Japanese Knotweed may look like many other plant species but with careful examination it is easily recognisable.

How To Identify Whether A Plant is Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed changes appearance throughout the season and can look very different.

From March (Spring) it starts to produce new shoots from the ground and rapidly grows.

Summer time around July it will be in full bloom and at its tallest growth.

From September onwards the plant starts to die down until there are only brown hollow stalks remaining.

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