For may people trying to maintain a loverly looking lawn there becomes a major problem when nature tries and adds variety by adding Broadleaf Weeds and wild flowers in your lawn.
While many of the plants can be beautiful in their own right, it is a struggle to maintain the lawn by cutting around them and leaving tuft of grass. This then looks very unsightly.
When they are not in flower they still become a distraction from the lawn you might be struggling to achieve. Daffodils are a prime example of this. Everyone love to see them in Spring. But when the flower head has gone you are left with the long dark green leaf stems. For the plant these leaf stems are important as they are being used to recharge to Daffodil bulb for next years display. The problem then comes in at what point do you cut them down to get back to having the lawn you desire?
The answer is when they have totally wilted. But they do tend to look very unsightly.
In this webpage I will look at the various plants that will invade your lawn and briefly discuss their merits or the devastating effect they will have on your lawn.
Broadleaf Weeds that you defiantly will want to remove from your lawn because they will do serious damage and kill off grass.
A range of flowers often found in lawns and grassed areas, that can add character to lawned areas or pathways in a garden, if located correctly.
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