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FUN FACTS: About Weeds You Never Knew!

Weeds are simply nature’s way of quickly covering up bare ground. Opportunistic and aggressive, they are genetically designed to germinate, grow and propagate faster than most desirable plants. Most plants only produce several hundred seeds, but weeds are especially prolific. One single weed can produce anywhere from 10,000 to 100,000 seeds. With these odds, it’s easy to see how weeds can quickly take over your garden or lawn if left untreated.


Annual weeds germinate in the fall and winter and grow actively in spring. Gardeners are often surprised how quickly these weeds can seemingly pop up overnight in their yards and gardens, being unaware that they may have been growing slowly all winter long. After they flower in spring they die and disappear for the summer only to return in fall or winter when new seeds germinate. We control with a broadleaf  postemergent herbicide applied when the weeds are actively growing in the spring.

Crabgrass / Grassy Weeds

Treating Crabgrass/Grassy Weeds Crabgrass Crabgrass can run rampant in the summer. Hot summers with adequate rainfall push summer weeds like crabgrass along. Crabgrass is a warm-season annual grass meaning that it [...]

Large Hop Clover

Large Hop Clover Type: Broadleaf Winter annual; spreads by reseeding itself; often forms colonies Size: 12″-14″ High Where it grows: unmowed areas, such as hillsides or pastures, it can grow more upright, [...]

What is Nutsedge?

Nutsedge is aggressive and a persistent weed that will infest lawns, and gardens. They can be extremely hard to kill, and to control them is going to be a long procedure. Successful control includes both mechanical [...]


Poa Annua Poa Annua, or annual bluegrass appears in small clumps during the Spring. Because Poa Annua is a grassy weed, it is very difficult to control after it has emerged. It is rather difficult to control [...]


Burweed Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 3 to 4 inches 6″ in diameter. Leaves are approximately ½ to 1½ inches long and ¼ to ½ inch wide. Where it grows: grows flat along the ground Appearance: The seed head of Sandbur [...]


Chickweed Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 6 inches tall, 12 inches wide Where it grows: Lawn, garden, and landscape areas with rich, moist soil in sun or shade Appearance: Lush green mats studded with small, [...]

Clover Weed

Clover Weed Type:  Broadleaf Perennial Size:   5.5″ to 11.5″ tall Where it grows:  While it can grow in many different places, it is typically found in lawns, especially sparse lawns where the competition from [...]

Corn Speedwell

Corn Speedwell Type: Broadleaf annual Size:  3.5″ to 15.7″ high from a taproot. Where it grows: Overall, light is a major source of their survival and growth. In other words, they can grow in darkness, however, [...]


Dandelions Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: 4-8″ inches tall Where it grows: They grow best in areas that are sunny and moist. Appearance: Jagged, with deep lobes, similar in appearance to chicory leaves; Stems are [...]


Henbit Type: Broadleaf annual Size: To 12 inches tall and wide Where it grows: Lawn, landscape, and garden areas in sun or shade Appearance: Low, creeping plant with scallop-edge leaves and purple flowers. Control: [...]


Oxalis Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: To 20 inches tall Where it grows: Sunny or shady landscape, lawn, or garden areas Appearance: Light green leaves that look like clover and cup-shaped yellow flowers in summer [...]

Plantain Weeds

Plantain Broad Leaf Weed Broadleaf plantain (Plantago major) is a perennial, broadleaf weed. Broadleaf plantain is a common weed in turfgrass, nurseries, and landscapes as it can tolerate very low mowing heights. [...]

Poa Annua

Poa Annua Type: Annual Bluegrass Size: The stem grows from 6″–10″ high Where it grows: Moist lawns. Appearance: All tasseled seed stalk that will typically stand up above the rest of the lawn and becomes visible in [...]

Poa Annua Trivialis

Poa Annua Trivialis Type: Annual Bluegrass Size: The stem grows from 6″–10″ high Where it grows: Moist lawns. Appearance: All tasseled seed stalk that will typically stand up above the rest of the lawn and becomes [...]

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