Discussion in 'Plant Pests, Diseases and Weeds' started by Dirtmechanic, Apr 2, 2021.
Having trouble with a good ID on this lawn weed. Any ideas? Central Alabama in March.
I've just googled it, it could be chic weed for your area. Does it have a very small white flower?
Have no idea what it is but at least its pretty and green !
Funny you of only a few see my view. I have so many "green" that it can start green early and finish late in the winter, if its not green all year, which is A Good Thought. But some get aggresive like this one, which is not responding to my efforts toward balance. I think it is a form of speedwell.
It could be. I'd just pull it out if you don't want it. We don't bother much with our lawn it's a mixture of everything. But I read that if you feed the grass it could stifle the other plants that are growing.
Just what my husband says..and also says don't dig all them out and make bald patches everywhere..at least its green. so is some molds...
Husband had just cut the lawn..haha..lawn that's a joke....here it is at it's best..
I have a lot of a clover creeper type.weeds..plus thistles, daisies, creeping buttercup and dandelions and some like yours @Dirtmechanic with the fine lots of fern like leaves in miniature and quite similar to my Californian Poppy's or Parsley. I can see you have some chickweed also.
.. the large leaves in your photo approx. in the centre base, looks like something I have, it has small pleasant mauve flowers and deep roots, I have seedlings of these everywhere, so do spend a lot of time removing them whilst they are still harmless babes.hoping these are not what we have..
which is a small bindweed....they have deep roots also..
this is the temporary answer though...
or he will eat any stuff also...
...must run got weeds to study......
the fernie looking one could be hemlock which is poisonous...
In the second picture it looks like mugwort.
One of my id apps was point that way too.
So corn speedwell?
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