Our photo gallery of Japanese knotweed is here to help you confirm that what you suspect to have in your garden is, in fact, Japanese knotweed.
We also have a page dedicated to explaining what Japanese knotweed looks like in every season of the year, and how to identify it on your own, before you reach out to a knotweed removal contractor.
If still in doubt, please do not hesitate to contact us here or send us knotweed photos from the site to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you with confirmation.
Most of the pictures, however, come from some large-scale knotweed treatment plans and removal techniques we use. The images below show how our root barriers installation, excavation with burial and other mechanical methods of knotweed eradication look like. Knotweed treatment methods pictured below include stem injections that we recommend where stem injection of – usually – glyphosate is made with a marker, directly into a hollow stem.