Category: Weeds

Weeds

3 Common Types of Plant Bed Weeds

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Your flower and plant beds are the main focal point of the front of your home. You may also have them wrapped around your backyard, creating the perfect oasis. Yet, these areas are often a hassle to manage because of all the weeds. If you’re tired of pulling weeds, then it’s time to call Nature’s […]

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5 Hard-to-Control Weeds

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Weeds can be a pain to get rid of, especially if they’re widespread. Additionally, not everyone has the time or patience it takes to pull weeds every weekend or during the week. That’s probably why so many homeowners turn to Nature’s Select Piedmont for help. We use techniques and products that work with nature, not […]

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Weed Profile: Chickweeds

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Mouse-ear Chickweed Mouse-ear chickweed (Cerastium fontanum ssp. vulgare) showing hairy leaves & red-purple stems Mouse-ear chickweed is a winter annual weed with a vigorous, low-growing habit. The reddish stems may root at nodes when in contact with the soil. The flowers are small and white, with slightly notched petals. Seeds germinate in fall and grow […]

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Grass Seed or Control Weeds in the Spring?

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We are asked frequently about when the best time is to reseed fescue lawns. The answer really depends on the current condition of your lawn and how you feel about weeds. Spring and fall are the best times to seed, simply because fescue prefers the cooler temperatures at those times of year to the scorching […]

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Weed Profile: Annual Bluegrass (Poa Annua)

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Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua) is a cool-season weed grass that originated in Europe. It is distributed widely across the world and can be found on all 7 continents – it even grows in Antarctica. As one of the 5 most common plants on the planet, odds are it grows in your lawn also. Annual Bluegrass […]

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