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Happy Weed Wednesday! Ground ivy is a perennial weed with square running stems that produce clusters of leaves at its stem.
With only 1 Weed Wednesday left this season we want to talk about a late summer perennial weed that shares the same family as oxalis, Yellow Woodsorrel.
This week we want to talk about Thistle. Did you know that a Thistle is the national symbol of Scotland and is their oldest recorded National Flower?
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.
Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we want to talk about a pretty troublesome, hard to control weed. You guessed it, Yellow Nutsedge.
Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we want to talk about the earliest germinating summer annual weed, Prostrate Knotweed.
While it originated in Asia & North Africa, Buckhorn Plantain found its way to North America after being brought over by early European settlers.
The term ‘weed control’ can have several meanings. For most homeowners, controlling weeds boils down to solving a couple of problems: