Monday, 8 October 2012
Interesting Truths on the Japanese Knotweed
The Japanese knotweed sprouts in early spring as fat green stalks spotting red speckles pushing their way out of the ground they laid buried until then. Young Japanese knotweed is hardly recognizable with little identifiable characteristics but as it grows, one can identify their tall and hollow bamboo-like stalks with creamy or white flowers that can spike up to 13 feet. Characteristics The Japanese knotweed would look closely resembling the bamboo family but there is no relation whatsoever.