Also known as Pennywort, the leaves on dollarweed are round in shape and approximately 1″ in diameter.
This is a highly invasive, mat-forming grassy weed that can rapidly creep across your lawn. It is typically found in lawns that receive frequent amounts of supplemental irrigation or excessive rainfall.
Easily recognized by its three heart shaped leaves joined at the base to look like a clover leaf, and by its buttery yellow flowers, each has five petals.
This summer annual is usually found in thin, weak areas of a lawn. Its leaves have a distinct reddish spot, are arranged opposite of one another on the stem and are not symmetrical.
This low-growing, loosely branched annual is covered with soft hairs. Broad, oval leaves taper to a point and are opposite each other along the main stems.
Asiatic Hawksbeard is an annual with a short taproot that frequently survives winters. The plant has dandelion-like leaves that are long and narrow at the base and the edges are slightly lobed.