Mainly found on riverbanks and along railway embankments, Himalayan balsam grows at phenomenal rates.
While it can be removed by hand, extra care must be taken. Contact with this invasive plant can result in the dispersal of seeds, worsening the problem.
If you have concerns about Himalayan balsam removal, we’re here to help.
The ripe seeds of a Himalayan balsam plant explode when matured. This explosion can spread seeds up to seven metres away from the plant.
This is why it’s important to have an expert remove these plants – they spread very easily.
We’re proud to have locations in London, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool, Hull, Manchester, Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield, Cardiff and Bury St Edmunds.
This means we can help people all over the country tackle any issues with invasive plants. Find your local office from our list of coverage areas.
If you’re dealing with an invasive weed problem, we’re on hand to help you solve it.
With over 10 years of experience and an accreditation with both INNSA and PCA, we’re the experts when it comes to residential Himalayan balsam removal.
Invasive weeds come in all shapes and sizes. Find out more about the common types of invasive weeds below.
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