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  • Bianca Boie

    Weed Identification Guide Creeping Charlie Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: 4 inches tall, several feet wide Where it grows: Shady lawn, landscape, or garden areas Appearance: Groundcover with scalloped leaves and clusters of purple flowers in late spring. Control: Mulch garden areas in spring to prevent it; pull plants by hand or spray with a post-emergence herbicide in spring or fall.

  • Ami Crawford

    Creeping Charlie Weed; Appearance: Groundcover with scalloped leaves and clusters of purple flowers in late spring. Control: Mulch garden areas in spring to prevent it; pull plants by hand or spray with a post-emergence herbicide in spring or fall.

  • Rachel King

    Weed Identification Guide... 35 weeds and how to get rid of them, including the bane of my existence, creeping charlie!

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Weed Identification Guide Lamb's-Quarter Type: Broadleaf annual Size: To 4 feet tall and 18 inches wide Where it grows: Landscape and garden areas in sun or shade Appearance: Scalloped leaves have gray undersides. Control: Mulch to prevent it; pull plants by hand or use a post-emergence herbicide.

Weed Identification Guide 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-shape yellow flowers in summer and fall Control: Mulch garden areas in spring to prevent it; pull plants by hand or spray with a post-emergence herbicide in spring or fall.

Weed Identification Guide Wild Violet Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: 6 inches tall, 6 inches wide Where it grows: Shady lawn, landscape, or garden areas Appearance: Groundcover with heart-shape leaves and purple flowers in late spring. Control: Mulch garden areas in spring to prevent it; pull plants by hand or spray with a post-emergence herbicide in spring or fall.

Weed Identification Guide Yellow Salsify Type: Broadleaf biennial or short-lived perennial Size: To 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide Where it grows: Sunny landscape and garden areas Appearance: Gray-green leaves; yellow flowers are followed by large puffballs. Control: Mulch to prevent it; pull plants by hand or treat with a post-emergence herbicide.

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Weed Identification Guide Dayflower Type: Annual grass relative Size: To 30 inches tall and wide Where it grows: Sunny or shady landscape areas Appearance: Dark green leaves clasping a stem and brilliant blue flowers through summer. Control: Mulch to prevent it or use a pre-emergence herbicide in spring; pull plants by hand or spot-treat with a nonselective post-emergence herbicide.

Weed Identification Guide Bindweed Type: Broadleaf perennial Size: Climbs 6 feet or more Where it grows: Landscape and garden areas in sun Appearance: Arrowhead-shape leaves on twining vines; bears white to pale pink morning glory-type flowers. Control: Mulch to prevent; repeatedly chop down growing plants and/or treat with post-emergence herbicide.

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