Content tagged with "smartweed"

Japanese Knotweed

Photo of Japanese knotweed
Fallopia japonica
One of the worst invasive species in the world, this plant can thrive in many places and can even damage foundations of buildings—not to mention the harm it causes in natural habitats. Learn to “know thine enemy,” so you can prevent its spread. More

Japanese Knotweed

Photo of Japanese knotweed
One of the worst invasive species in the world, Japanese knotweed can thrive in many places and can even damage foundations of buildings—not to mention the harm it causes in natural habitats. Learn to identify it so you can prevent its spread. More

Water Smartweed

Photo of water smartweed plant and flower cluster
Persicaria amphibia (formerly Polygonum amphibium)
Water smartweed can live submerged in water, or on wet banks or other soggy ground, yet it can also live in merely moist areas. The stems often sprawl as they grow, taking root at the swollen nodes. The small, pink flowers develop in long, erect clusters. More

Water Smartweed

Photo of water smartweed plant and flower cluster
Water smartweed can live submerged in water, or on wet banks or other soggy ground, yet it can also live in merely moist areas. The stems often sprawl as they grow, taking root at the swollen nodes. The small, pink flowers develop in long, erect clusters. More