Nothing spoils a beautiful green lawn like unsightly weeds growing out of control. Learn about the most prominent types of lawn weeds and effective prevention strategies for a pristine, weed-free lawn. And when it comes time to free your lawn of these invasive intruders, Turf 10’s Premium Lawn Care Package tackles existing weeds and prevents their return, ensuring a lush and healthy lawn year-round.
Broadleaf plantain has broad leaves with prominent veins and forms rosettes close to the ground. It’s often found in high-traffic areas.
Chickweed is a low-growing weed with small, oval-shaped leaves and white flowers. It tends to spread rapidly in moist, shaded areas.
Clover is a broadleaf weed with distinctive three-leaf clusters. While some homeowners consider it a beneficial addition to lawns due to its nitrogen-fixing properties, others view it as a weed.
Crabgrass is an annual grass weed that appears in bare or thin areas of the lawn. It has flat, wide blades and spreads rapidly during the warm summer months.
Creeping Charlie, also known as ground ivy, is a low-growing weed with scalloped leaves and purple flowers. It spreads quickly and thrives in shady areas.
Dandelions are common weeds with yellow flowers and fluffy seed heads. Deep roots make them tough to remove; they spread in weak lawns.
Nutsedge, also known as nutgrass, is a grass-like weed with triangular stems and glossy leaves. It thrives in damp or poorly drained soils.
Pokeweed is a tall, invasive perennial weed with large, lance-shaped leaves and clusters of dark purple berries. Pokeweed can be toxic to humans & pets.
Purslane is a succulent-like weed with fleshy leaves and small yellow flowers. It can be found in dry and sunny areas of the lawn.
Wild violets are low-growing perennial weeds with heart-shaped leaves and distinctive purple or white flowers. They often invade lawns with moist and shady conditions.