An effective program to control common garden weeds depends on identifying and understanding their life cycles. The description of common garden weeds is specific to the type of leak, flower type and style of play. Lawn weeds are annuals, biennials or perennials. They are wide or narrow blade that reproduce by seeds, rhizomes or stolen propagation.
12 Photos Gallery of: Common Garden Weeds on the Lawn
The leaves of the black dogfish are three parts to the extended centerline on a short stalk. Grows slowly on the ground with stems up to 30-60 cm from the center of the plant. Its yellow flowers, compact form the axis of the blade.
Grass Santa Maria
The herb St. Mary adapts easily to lawns with heavy traffic and trails. Its leaves are elliptical and are reduced to a rounded tip. The stems grow upside down but do not produce roots and multiply in knots. They are distinguished by a pod type paper at the base of each leaf.
The henbit is a common garden weeds identified by their straight, square stems and trumpet-shaped flowers of pale purple. It is an annual herb that develops in the humid conditions of early spring. The henbit sometimes grows flat on the ground and root at the nodes.