Shotweed goes by a variety of common names. Shotweed, spitweed, Pop-in-the-eye Weed, Wild cress, Western Bittercress, and Little Bittercress are just a few of the names you’ll hear. The “shot/spit/pop” names come from from poor souls who try to pull it as it has gone to seed. Once those seed pods ripen, the slightest breeze or touch will send tiny seeds flying all over the garden

Shotweed goes by a variety of common names. Shotweed, spitweed, Pop-in-the-eye Weed, Wild cress, Western Bittercress, and Little Bittercress are just a few of the names you’ll hear. The “shot/spit/pop” names come from from poor souls who try to pull it as it has gone to seed. Once those seed pods ripen, the slightest breeze or touch will send tiny seeds flying all over the garden

Crabgrass can be more than just a pest; if not managed, it can quickly overtake lawns and flower and vegetable beds. Here's how to identify, control, and kill crabgrass.

Crabgrass 101

Crabgrass can be more than just a pest; if not managed, it can quickly overtake lawns and flower and vegetable beds. Here's how to identify, control, and kill crabgrass.

Weed Identification Guide

Weed Identification Guide

I didn't realize how pretty the world was when all I cared about was when am I going to turn pretty and what do they look like etc, the world has true beauty and I learned that from experiencing the life in "The Smoke"

Remember these beauties growing in the woods in springtime!!! Purple WILD VIOLETS.

Remember these beauties growing in the woods in springtime!!! Purple WILD VIOLETS.

How to tell what weed it is: putting names to all kinds of pesky plants - A Way To Garden

what weed is it? putting names to pesky plants

How to tell what weed it is: putting names to all kinds of pesky plants - A Way To Garden

Pigweed "Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 6 feet tall, 2 feet wide Where it grows: Sunny landscape or garden areas Appearance: Tall plants with a taproot; hairy-looking clusters of green flowers. Control: Mulch garden areas in spring to prevent it or use a pre-emergence herbicide in spring; pull plants by hand or spray with a post-emergence herbicide."

Weed Identification Guide

Pigweed "Type: Broadleaf annual Size: 6 feet tall, 2 feet wide Where it grows: Sunny landscape or garden areas Appearance: Tall plants with a taproot; hairy-looking clusters of green flowers. Control: Mulch garden areas in spring to prevent it or use a pre-emergence herbicide in spring; pull plants by hand or spray with a post-emergence herbicide."

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