Chickweed In Home Lawns
Happy Weed Wednesday! Have you started seeing pretty little white flowers in your lawn? If so, you’re in luck because this week we will be discussing Chickweed.
Chickweed is a winter annual weed found in home lawns and other areas in direct sunlight and moist soil. This succulent plant grows in dense patches and reproduces with seeds while growing up to a foot and a half in height. It is extremely noticeable once it’s white flower blooms in late spring.
Chickweed tends to grow along the edges of lawns and even in plant beds and can be quite an aggressive growing weed.
If you’re seeing this weed in your lawn now, don’t worry, as we work our way to summer and warmer temperatures this cool-season weed will reach the end of its life cycle. In the meantime, our lawn care program will target these weeds until they are gone.
ExperiGreen’s lawn care programs will make sure your lawn is thick, green, and lush so invasive weeds just like this one won’t stand a chance. Don’t have ExperiGreen? No problem! Call us today to learn more about our services and how you can get your first application for $29.95*.
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