It’s the warmer months, so that means that your lawn is most likely lush, your garden is blossoming, and the weeds are starting to grow. Unfortunately when you don’t tend to your lawn, these pesky plants can overgrow your landscaping; making your yard look like it’s messy and unkempt. Here are three common weeds and how to get rid of them, so you can showcase your yard for the summer.
Dandelions – One of the more flower-looking weeds, the dandelion is probably the most common weed to sprout up in yards. While these weeds are pretty to look at, they’re pretty stubborn to get rid of. A dandelion’s taproots are extreme strong, and make it pretty hard to uproot from your yard. The best way to get rid of them is to uproot them by hand or use an herbicide.
Crabgrass – The long, leafy weed can produce up to 150,000 seeds in its lifetime, making it difficult to get rid of in your yard. If you’re having issues removing it from your yard, you can spot treat the areas with herbicide or pull it out by hand.
White clovers –These small, dainty-looking weeds seem harmless, but they can spread through your yard rather quickly throughout the year. While these may seem like the make your yard look cluttered, they actually help add nitrogen to your soil. However, getting rid of these weeds can be done by hand pulling them from the root.
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