Red Sorrel

Red sorrel is a persistent perennial weed that should be eradicated promptly because it spreads throughout the lawn area quickly. The ...Read more

Red Sorrel 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00

Wild Violets

These plants are the worst to try to pull because even the smallest root will propagate and make new plants. The ...Read more

Wild Violets 2018-06-16T19:12:45+00:00

Mouse Ear Chickweed

This weed has several variations, “mouse ear” and “common.” They are similar to all broad-leaved weeds in that they are controlled ...Read more

Mouse Ear Chickweed 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00

Ground Ivy

Ground ivy looks like giant mallow except that it has lobed leaves instead of serrated leaves. It has stubborn runners that ...Read more

Ground Ivy 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00

Black Medic

This weed looks like clover but it isn’t related. It was used as a medicinal treatment in ancient times and was ...Read more

Black Medic 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00


Don’t confuse this weed with clover – it’s MUCH smaller and has tiny yellow flowers. A relative of woodsorrel, oxalis is ...Read more

Oxalis 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00


Spurge is a perennial plant that leaks a milky fluid when broken. There are several types of spurge including spotted spurge, ...Read more

Spurge 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00

Mallow (pennywort)

Mallow is a perennial plant that resembles ground ivy. It spreads from a central root and can be successfully pulled out ...Read more

Mallow (pennywort) 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00

White Clover

Clovers are broad-leaved weeds that are of the legume family. They produce their own nitrogen and are usually very green. Clover ...Read more

White Clover 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00


Would you eat this weed? Many people do (dandelion greens) but they really don’t belong in a lawn! Dandelions are biennial ...Read more

Dandelion 2018-06-14T17:29:50+00:00