Posts tagged with “Japanese Knotweed”

How Can You Protect Your Home From Japanese Knotweed?

Monday, 25 September, 2017

Japanese knotweed, a huge perennial plant of the buckwheat family Polygonaceae is native to China, Japan and Korea. The herbaceous plant comprises of big heart-shaped leaves exhibited in a criss-cross way with hollow stems.  The plant grows in dense clusters and bears cream coloured flowers which attract various birds and bees alike. It has varying … Read More »

Facts about Japanese Knotweed and How it Can Damage Your Property

Monday, 20 February, 2012

Japanese Knotweed a type of perennial plant that grows as a shrub and grows on buildings and homes. Just when you thought that it’s perfect to give your home a medieval-look, mortgage plans for your property may not be possible. The root structure of the said weed can potentially damage walls and floors or any … Read More »