Japanese knotweed is most recognised for its distinctive bamboo-like shoots and fearsome reputation, but this alone can not always be enough to properly identify it.
Like many plants, Japanese knotweed experiences growing cycles linked closely to the seasons. Japanese knotweed in early spring is going to appear very different to the same plant in late summer.
With August behind us, it’s time to reassess what Japanese knotweed looks like when summer is out and autumn approaches.
If you recognise any of the above features in plants on your premises, contact TP Knotweed today or call us on 0800 389 1911 to request a free site inspection.