Invasive species of plants are a green-fingered enthusiast's worst nightmare! Here in the UK we commonly encounter three main species of invasive plant, these are; Japanese knotweed, Giant Hogweed and Himalayan balsam. These invasive plants all bring with them a plethora of issues, but in our opinion, the one you need to be most concerned about is Japanese knotweed. 

Japanese knotweed

Japanese knotweed is an invasive plant that originates in Eastern Asia. It made its way over to Britain and began terrorising our gardens during the early nineteenth-century, and it wasn't long before we realised it could cause physical damage to walls, houses and other structures.

To prevent Japanese knotweed from spreading, it's important that you get the help of a licensed Japanese knotweed removal company. Tayor Weed Control, our sister company, offers free surveys and comprehensive Japanese knotweed treatment plans to assess, remove and monitor the problem before it causes any significant damage to your property.

Removing other 'invasive' weeds

While not 'technically' considered invasive weeds, it can be argued that pretty much any weed you come across in your garden is an invasive nuisance! Garden weeds pop up in all kinds of places we don't want them, on the driveway, between the patio slabs, in the drainpipe (the list goes on..) 

Did you know that, besides making your lawn look beautiful, we also offer a weed control service that will eradicate all manner of weeds, so they can't invade any other areas of your garden!

Some of the weeds we most commonly treat include:

  • Dandelions
  • Nettles
  • Buttercups
  • Bindweed
  • Ragwort
  • and many more!

We use herbicides that you can't buy commercially to kill your weeds safely and efficiently, with most of your weeds decomposing within 14 days of treatment. 

Enquire about our weed control service >