weeds in lawn


Dollar spot is often found during warm, wet weather. The months of May to June and September to October are usually when brown, circular areas begin to appear in the lawn. The areas range from the size of a silver dollar to six inches in diameter. If there is a […]

Dollar Spot


Red Sorrel is a summer, perennial broadleaf weed. Red sorrel is also known as sheep sorrel. It is identified by its arrow or fish-shaped leaves with a velvety touch. At the base of the leaf where it meets the stem there are two lobes. It is normally found in areas […]

Red Sorrel Control


Common mallow is an annual broadleaf weed.  Leaves are round or heart-shaped with several shallow lobes that range from one to three inches wide. Common mallow is sometimes confused with ground ivy. Common mallow leaves attach to the stem at the back of the leaf and ground ivy attaches at […]

Common Mallow Control



Sheperdspurse is a broadleaf, winter annual that forms a rosette shape. Tiny, inconspicuous, white flowers appear in the spring on a stalk that can reach up to 18 inches high. Heart-shaped, flattened seed pods form on this stalk also. Sheperdspurse usually blooms from March until frost. The leaves start at […]

Sheperdspurse Control