Evil Weeds

With a grant from the King Conservation District, Parks & Community Services developed posters that provide guidance on how to deal with invasive weeds common to Bellevue. Click on the images for more information available on the King County Noxious Weed website.

image of Himalayan blackberry

Himalayan and evergreen blackberry are European species of blackberry that are highly invasive and difficult to control. full-size poster

image of field bindweed poster

Field bindweed is a Class C noxious weed on the Washington State Noxious Weed List. full-size poster

image of English Ivy poster

Four cultivars of invasive English Ivy are Class C noxious weeds on the Washington State Noxious Weed List. full-size poster

image of Herb robert poster

Herb Robert escaped from ornamental plantings and thrives in forested communities as the dominant ground cover, displacing native and beneficial plants. full-size poster

image of English Holly Poster

English holly, a King County Weed of Concern, is a large, dense, slow-growing evergreen tree to shrub. Berries are poisonous to humans and pets. full-size poster

image of Knotweed Poster

Invasive knotweeds, mostly non-regulated Class B noxious weeds, are perennials found throughout King County.full-size poster


Parks Resource Management Office16023 NE 8th StreetBellevue, WA 98008


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