Spring is the time for planting. Not two ways about it, there are some very beautiful annual and perennial flowers and flowering plants to choose from.
Tis the season for weeds! Spring has officially sprung and that means it is weed season. This week we will talk about Orchardgrass.
Wednesdays are for the weeds! Let’s take a deeper dive and learn more about how Shepherd's Purse (capsella bursa-pastoris) can affect your lawn this season.
In today's lawn care blog post we talk about the difference between crabgrass and coarse fescue and how to identify them this spring.
Happy Weed Wednesday! This week we want talk more about Wild Carrot (daucus carota) and how it can grow in your home lawn.
Wednesdays are for the weeds! This week we want to talk about a weed that is commonly found in South Carolina, Carolina Geranium (Geranium Carolinianum.)
Today we will talk about Buttonweed. Buttonweed grows along the ground with stems that root and have intersecting hairy nodes.
This week we want to talk about a prickly low growing weed you may be seeing now; Burweed (Soliva Sessilis).
This week we want to talk about another perennial plant called Hawk Weed. Once germination has occurred, erect stems with coarse hairs appear.
Weed Wednesday is back! To kick things off, let’s talk about a perennial weed that you may be seeing now; Wild Garlic (allium vineale).