Japanese knotweed causing problems in Toronto, conservationists warn

Japanese knotweed was brought to Canada for ornamental purposes as early as 1901, says Colleen Cirillo, director of education at the Toronto Botanical Garden. But while its soft teardrop-shaped green leaves and pink bamboo-like stems are nice to look at …
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