Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we will talk about Crabgrass. Did you know crabgrass has 220 species it is closely related to?
Happy Weed Wednesday! Did you know Purslane is classified as summer annual weed? Originating from the Mediterranean, it is widely found around the world.
While it originated in Asia & North Africa, Buckhorn Plantain found its way to North America after being brought over by early European settlers.
Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we want to talk about an early summer annual weed called Black Medic. Though it can sometimes be confused with Clover.
Happy Weed Wednesday! Clover is a perennial weed that although was desired in home lawns before World War 2, now has become a common nuisance.
The most common turf grass in the northern two thirds of the US is Kentucky Bluegrass. Still, bluegrass has significant drawbacks.
Why? What is causing the plants to go south? Why aren’t the flowers blooming? The answer may or may not be simple or obvious.
Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we want to talk about those pretty purple flowers that don’t belong in your lawn; Wild Violets,the winter perennial weed.
During the spring and throughout the growing season, your favorite evergreen trees and shrubs are subject to attack from pests.
Henbit is an edible winter annual weed that can grow up to 16" tall. You will typically see this weed in the early springtime in dry cultivated soil.