There's a link to a recipe including japanese knotweed here. Not that it would give you a reason to keep the stuff, but short term while you're hacking any new growth back it could be handy.
DaRC wrote:Then the plan is the froggies eat the sluggies....
Excellent!!!!some squash, will cross-pollinate with some melons...I learned the hard way, and had weird looking and tasting squash and melons. But my iguana didn't care, she ate them anyway
it was a haven for wildlife and plants, and exploded with energy
Romelia wrote:so far i have got Oak, Hazel, Rowan and Hawthorn growing away in pots. I plan to have willow and Birch too.
would go easy on the Birch, they tend to grow fast and VERY large and might become too much on your garden. Also, you need to find out if there are any rules about tree size on your allotment
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