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Knotweed?

comments (3) October 15th, 2013 in gallery
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This has appeared in my garden is it Japanesse Knotweed?
This has appeared in my garden is it Japanesse Knotweed? Click the image to enlarge.

This has appeared in my garden is it Japanesse Knotweed?


This has apeared in my garden is it Japanesses Knotweed?



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Comments (3)

rbergen writes: It is certainly dogwood. One of those in the red twig family. Cornus sericea. Posted: 1:13 am on October 23rd
Heycorrie writes: To me it looks like some type of dogwood. Definitely not knotweed, because knotweed flowers do not look like that. Possibly a RedTwig dogwood. Posted: 2:50 pm on October 17th
cxsdia writes: Looks like lysimachia. Creeping jenny. Posted: 9:34 pm on October 15th
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