Alpine knotweed, also known as Persicaria Alpina, might resemble Japanese knotweed – but it’s not considered to be invasive.
If you’re unsure if you’ve found Alpine knotweed or another invasive species, our expert team is here to help.
Get in touch to find out more about residential alpine knotweed removal.
Not native to the UK, Alpine knotweed grows best in moist soil, like:
If you think you’ve found a knotweed species, get in touch with our expert team for help and advice on what to do next.
No matter where you are in the country, we’ll have an expert near you. We have branches in London, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool, Hull, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield, Cardiff and Bury St Edmunds.
If you think you’ve found a species of invasive knotweed, remember to not try to remove it yourself. Invasive species can spread faster if you try to dig them out, and may cause further damage.
We offer professional domestic alpine knotweed removal, so you don’t have to worry.
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