Japanese Knotweed
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Japanese Knotweed

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia japonica) Identification and Removal The Japanese knotweed (Fallopia japonica) originated from Japan and was brought to the UK as an ornamental plant in the nineteenth century, it’s now considered as a invasive weed. Knotweed spreads quickly. In winter, plants die, but by early summer can shoot bamboo-like stems more than 2.1 meters…

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How To Grow Osteospermum (African Daisy)

How To Grow And Care For Osteospermum (African Daisy) This detailed Grow Guide contains everything you need to know about growing Osteospermum. An excellent plant to use for long-lasting display, colourful blooms in wide range of colours from late spring, during the summer and into autumn is Osteospermum, commonly called the Cape Daisy or African…

How To Kill Ivy – Get Rid Of It Forever

How To Kill Ivy – Get Rid Of It Forever

How To Kill Ivy – Get Rid Of It Forever English Ivy is it your friend of your foe? Although some people find it pleasing to look at, some people find it an unwanted part of the exterior of their home.  Ivy can provide a habitat for wildlife, provide pollen and fruit for trees, and…

What is the Strongest Weed Killer?

What is the Strongest Weed Killer?

The Strongest Weed Killer that Kills Everything Is it necessary? In the vast majority of cases using weed killer is simply not necessary; I know many would rather not use it to get rid of unwanted weeds in there quest for a beautiful garden.  Pick the root and pull the head when weeding by hand…

Does Bleach Kill Weeds? How To Use Bleach As A Weed Killer.

Does Bleach Kill Weeds? How To Use Bleach As A Weed Killer.

Does Bleach Kill Weeds? How To Use Bleach As A Weed Killer. Does bleach kill weeds? In a nutshell, YES, it kills weeds. Read this article thoroughly before you start spraying pesky weeds with bleach. As well as being a great spot cleaner, the use of bleach as a weed killer is also quite effective,…

Agave victoriae-reginae queen victoria century plant

Agave victoriae-reginae ‘Royal Victoria Century Plant’ Complete Care and Growing Guide It’s a giant succulent and not a cactus, the Agave victoriae-reginae is also known as the ‘Royal Victoria Century Plant’ plant because it was thought, that it took a 100 years to flower. In reality the Agave victoriae-regina can take 10 to 30 years…