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Fallopia japonica,
Japanese knotweed

Family Polygonaceae
Japanese knotweed

Growth habit of Japanese knotweed, Oceana County, MI, September 2014
Note heart shaped leaves, and small white five-part flowers growing from the dark sheaths on stem, making it look spotted. This plant is considered one of the most invasive species in the world. Formerly known as Polyganum japonica.


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