One of the most common weeds is perennial weeds. These weeds develop massive root systems that help them thrive year after year. They are designed to regrow an entire system if anything is left behind. Examples of perennial weeds include dandelions, thistles, and daisies.
These weeds can take up to a year to flower and die. They spread seeds rapidly in order to take over your lawn and/or garden. Examples of annuals include chickweed and groundsel.
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Weeds grow when conditions are favorable, such as lawns, gardens, thin turf areas, and even in cracks in your driveway.
Weeds “come back” because they never left. If there are still roots or seeds in the soil you can bet they’ll pop right back up.
Soil PH, nitrogen, phosphorus, moisture, and breathability of your landscape can determine where weeds will grow and what the best approach is to make sure they are safely removed.
These weeds produce networks of miniature bulbs that are killed with a specific treatment. Examples of bulbil-producing weeds include Oxalis and buttercups.