Dungloe, Co. Donegal
Interessante.Um abraço e boa semana. AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
Hi Bill.Hard to control plant.Here we have them too.Groettie from Patricia.
Japanese Knotweed has arrived here in Canada. It is unwanted and is considered a invasive species. Good luck with the recovery program.
Gardening can be hard work.God bless.
No half measures then. Nice.
Can't remember ever hearing of it.
That must have been a lot!
That is one tough plant to eradicate. Kudos to them for doing it.
...what a awful weed, we have all over the place.
I bet that was tricky Bill, hope they got all the roots out!
A lot of work and I hope it is successful.Wishing you both a lovely start to the week.
Hello Bill.Here we have them too.I hope the gardeners did a great work .Have a lovely week!Dimi...
That is something I had never heard of before so I looked it up. Sounds like it's a good thing to get rid of.
Those are some mighty big bags....
Invasive plants can be a nightmare to eradicate, glad they were successful there!
I can't remember hearing of this before.
That must have been a big job to take that all out.
That was work for sure!
We have a big problem with it here in parts of Toronto and volunteers go out into the ravines to try to gather and destroy it!
I've never heard of Japanese knotweed. I had to look it up to see what it was.
That's a lot of mulch! A lot of recycling in the previous post, too!!!
I must be lucky. I've never heard of the stuff unless we call it something else around here.
Never heard of that particular invasive species and I’m surprised I haven’t, both Oregon and Florida seem to be havens for lots of plants that shouldn’t be here.
I believe this is very difficult to get rid of, but I'm pleased they are trying.All the best Jan