JAPANESE KNOTWEED

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HOW TO IDENTIFY JAPANESE KNOTWEED 

The easy way to identify Japanese Knotweed is by sending Knotweed Services (UK) Ltd your images. It’s a quick and free service – simply fill in the form to the right or use any of the methods available.

The images below show you the different appearances of Japanese Knotweed in each season. 

SPRING

March – April

Shoots and stems are a purple/red colour with curled pinky reddish leaves. As the canes grow the leaves gradually unfurl and turn green.”

SUMMER

May – August

Shoots and stems are green with purple speckles. Leaves become heart shaped and turn green.

AUTUMN

September – October

Stems are virulent, growing upwards of up to six feet, cream/white flowers appear late summer/autumn.

WINTER

November – February

Stems change to dark brown and are hollow, brittle and absent of leaves or flowers.

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Are your pictures on a different device? Don’t have pictures available at the moment? No problem! Sending pictures to us is EASY at ANYTIME. You can contact us via the following:

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