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Common Weeds

Learn to ID common lawn and landscape weeds.

Wild Carrot, Queen Anne’s Lace

Some weeds are beautiful!

Common Ragweed

You might not notice this weed, but your nose will…

Common Dandelion

With deep roots, these weeds can be tough to eradicate.

Giant Ragweed

Giant ragweed cause giant allergy problems.


Weed or shady groundcover?

Annual Bluegrass

A prolific winter weed.

Poison Ivy

Keep an eye out for this itchy invader!

Wild Purslane

A weed you can eat!

Bindweed, Wild Morning Glory

Don’t be fooled: This is not your grandmother’s morning glory!

Tenpetal Anemone

Weed or Wildflower? You decide!


This fast growing sumac is spread through your landscape by birds and roots.

Yellow Woodsorrel

A pretty, but prolific cool season weed.

Henbit Weed

Fall and winter are prime-time for weeds in Texas. Henbit is a prolific winter-grower.


Crabgrass is a common weed in our Dallas lawns and can be very invasive.


A common cool season weed is Large Leaf Pennywort

Dichondra, Ponysfoot

Carolina Ponyfoot (Dichondra carolinensis) and Oakwoods ponyfoot (Dichondra recurvata) are low-growing, creeping perennial weeds


Prolific and persistant…

Virginia Creeper

Is this poison ivy?

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