Japanese knotweed growing in garden

Japanese knotweed - one plant you hopefully won’t see at the Chelsea Flower Show

The RHS Chelsea Flower Show opens today until 28th May. 

The grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea will be transformed, showing off some of the most spectacular garden designs in the world. Let's just hope that Japanese knotweed doesn't feature anywhere at the show!

Originally introduced into the UK as an ornamental plant in the 1820s, the Victorians considered Japanese knotweed a beautiful border shrub. It produces tiny creamy-white flowers in late summer, by which time the stems are up to 3 metres high and extremely dense. 

Environet Schools Eco Innovation Awards

Schools Eco-Innovation Awards featured in London Weekly News Article 'Join in our great green giveaway'

Schools Eco-Innovation Scheme mentioned in the London Weekly News, 3rd May 2016.

Last year we launched the Schools Eco-Innovation Awards Scheme at the Moat School in Fulham. This scheme is designed to harness the brainpower of children with learning difficulties. 

The award is supported by Kevin McCloud, MBE. 


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