Lawn Problems

My Grass – Q 3

davewalsh29 added on January 1, 2018 | Answered

Hi, thanks for both answers to My grass - Q 2. I've taken a close up of the area but couldn't figure out how to attach a picture to an answer so hopefully both of ye will see this close up Thanks again for your help. Great to have a place where i can ask all the questions ive wanted to for so long. I have a few more questions about Fuschias that I'll post shortly 😀 Happy New Year everyone Cheers Dave

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Answered on January 1, 2018

Thanks for the picture. While I favored ground ivy in my previous answer, this picture sure looks like creeping buttercup, Ranunculus repens. It is an invasive plant in my locale but easier to treat than Glechoma. Any broadleaf herbicide meant for grass should work. I've also hand removed small infestations. Quite a bit of foliage comes with each rooted section. The roots are tenacious but short so a trowel or hori-hori knife will pop the plants out. You are likely to have some seed left behind so keep an eye on the area and remove these when they germinate.

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