December 7, 2022

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Killing Japanese invasive plant species ‘impossible’

debt, Good pictures

Botanist John Wood explained in 1884, “After sending several baskets of plants to a friend, season after season, without satisfactory results… He was writing a gardening manual. A very unfortunate horticulturist can handle.

It is a Far Eastern import with red buds, beautiful heart-shaped foliage and gracefully curved stems.

In short, Wood has nothing bad to say about the plant, which, if you let it grow for a few years, will make a “beautiful rod” …

Of course, this is no ordinary bush: it is Japanese bitter grass (Fallopian japonica), with interesting details that Wood fails to mention.