Re: [pfaf] Re: Japanese Knotweed
- Has anyone mentioned that the young shoots of Japanese
Knotweed are edible?
I haven't eaten them myself, have just read about it.
It seems - here in the Appalachian Mountains in Northern
Pennsylvania - not to be much of a problem. I see it along
stream beds, but nowhere else. It's mostly on steep stream
banks where probably not much else would grow.
When we lived somewhat south of here (near Baltimore), I saw
huge stands of it, though.
Gardening in northern Pennsylvania.
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- There is only one natural predator for such plants but I wouldn't suggest putting them in any garden since they spread faster than the plants do and that's grub worms. They will kill off anything in their area.
Pat Meadows <pat@...> wrote:
On Fri, 16 Feb 2007 06:30:41 -0800 (PST), you wrote:
>Little wonder if it's as invasive as you say. Sounds like what burdock does.
I think the prize for Horrible Invasive Plants goes to giant hogweed,
however. That stuff is SCARY!
I have never seen it, just read about it. I hope it stays that way.
In the Appalachian Mountains in northern Pennsylvania
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