This relative of spinach can be considered a delicacy on a dinner plate or an annoying weed.
Pennywort, or dollarweed, is a water loving perennial that thrives in warm temperate regions.
You don't have to put up with the presence of this pesky weed in your lawn.
Thistle is an opportunist that can grow in field and road edges, wet and dry sites, pastures and your backyard.
Because of deep roots, hand pulling isn't enough to keep this stubborn weed from coming back every spring.
Dollarweed is a perennial weed that thrives in warm, humid regions of the South.
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By summer's end, this grass like weed leaves behind big, brown patches.