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05-12-2020, 17:19   #1366
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That's some amazing piece of work!
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18-12-2020, 15:37   #1367
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Can anyone identify this plant . Found behind my shed this afternoon. Is it Japanese knotweed.
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18-12-2020, 15:41   #1368
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Not japanese knotweed. hard to tell without leaves. Thought it might be ash as it seeds very easily but can't see the black buds.

Cut to ground level or below and keep cutting it until it disappears altogether.

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18-12-2020, 15:51   #1369
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Have a photo of the last remaining leaf.
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Looks like a cherry sapling .is there a cherry tree anywhere near
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18-12-2020, 16:18   #1371
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Branches look much redder in that picture. Agree it might be a cherry.
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18-12-2020, 16:34   #1372
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Branches look much redder in that picture. Agree it might be a cherry.
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Laurel type?
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18-12-2020, 22:07   #1373
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Can anyone identify this plant . Found behind my shed this afternoon. Is it Japanese knotweed.
I think this is Grey Willow. It will seed anywhere.
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Willow for me too.
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Anyone any idea what this is. It has grown in our vegetable trough out the back garden,
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Anyone any idea what this is. It has grown in our vegetable trough out the back garden,

Identify it https://imgur.com/gallery/ZhME3rE
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It might be Mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris, but I have a suspicion that this is Ragweed, Ambrosia artemisifolia, a North American plant. You do not want this in your garden; it produces more pollen than any other plant, but this is not a good thing, it causes serious problems for anyone with allergy/respiratory issues. Get rid before it flowers.
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Feverfew ?
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10-01-2021, 16:31   #1379
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It might be Mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris, but I have a suspicion that this is Ragweed, Ambrosia artemisifolia, a North American plant. You do not want this in your garden; it produces more pollen than any other plant, but this is not a good thing, it causes serious problems for anyone with allergy/respiratory issues. Get rid before it flowers.
Thanks, pulled out now, 3 asthmatic and 2 with heyfever in the house so won't take the chance.
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10-01-2021, 23:51   #1380
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It might be Mugwort, Artemisia vulgaris, but I have a suspicion that this is Ragweed, Ambrosia artemisifolia, a North American plant. You do not want this in your garden; it produces more pollen than any other plant, but this is not a good thing, it causes serious problems for anyone with allergy/respiratory issues. Get rid before it flowers.
See that or something vv similar in some of pine forests
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