Japanese Knotweed in autumn has a lot of similar traits as to that of summer. In the beginning of autumn, the dense thickets of foliage/leafs will remain, however, you will notice the leafs beginning to turn yellow in colour. The leafs will also begin to wilt as September and October progress.
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Tips to help Japanese Knotweed identification in autumn
When trying to identify Japanese Knotweed in autumn, look out for the following:
- A very dense cluster of bamboo stems with a lot of foliage
- Plants that are a height of approx 2-3 meters
- Leafs that are beginning to turn yellow in colour and wilting
- Hollow bamboo like stems that are beginning to turn from reddish brown to a darker brown
- The leafs will have a distinctive zigzag pattern on the stems
- The leafs will have a distinctive heart shape with a pointed tip and a straightened edge
Pictures to help with Japanese knotweed identification in autumn
View our collection of images below to help with the identification of Japanese Knotweed in autumn.
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