Fallopia Bohemica 'Spectabilis'

£6.00 incl tax

Japanese knotweed is not for the faint hearted. Relax - this is non invasive (kind of).

It is as easy to kill off and therefore control as any other plant. You may want to restrict it because after a few years it does start to roam - I simply dig it out if it comes out where I don't want it and it is not even strong enough to push through weed membrane.

So why have it? Because in Spring the shoots come up bright rhubarb pink and then change as the leaves open with cream and red variegation on paper leaves pushing sidways on dramatic vertical branches which finally reach about 7 feet tall.

This plant is all drama.

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