What Actually are Invasive Species
What Actually are Invasive Species

Invasive weeds are a fast growing problem for land owners and managers throughout the UK.

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Across commercial land, areas earmarked for development, public spaces and even water courses, a range of plants are taking over.

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Plant of the Week - Buddleja
Plant of the Week - Buddleja

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Invasive Weeds

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Invasive Weeds

Japanese knotweed is the UK's most infamous invasive plant. It is widespread, quickly takes over huge swathes of land and is very difficult to eradicate.

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Himalayan balsam is now commonplace around the UK. It grows up to 2m in height with every plant producing around 2,500 seeds per year.

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Giant hogweed has spread quickly across the UK since its introduction in the 19th century. It thrives on disturbance, producing on average 20,000 seeds in its lifetime.

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Plant of the Week - Rosebay willowherb
Plant of the Week - Rosebay willowherb

Ragwort is one of five weeds included in The Weeds Act, meaning that responsibility for control of the ragwort rests with the occupier of the land.

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Exotic aquatic species are often sold in garden centres. Some have escaped into the environment where they have become pests, threatening native species.

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