Annual weed that grows prostrate. Contains opposite leaves. Leaves very narrow, linear in shape and sharply pointed. Flowers are inconspicuous, lack petals, and green in color. Reproduces from seed.
Broadleaf perennial weed that grows most actively during the cooler months. Leaves are alternated and divided into three heart shaped leaves. Produces bright yellow flowers with five petals. Grows upright and fruit is similar in appearance to small okra. Reproduces by seed.
Broadleaf winter annual that grows low to the ground. Contains opposite leaves with deeply cut lobes. Very small flowers that are inconspicuous. Fruit has SHARP spines that can cause injury when touched. Reproduces from seed.
Perennial broadleaf weed with dark green leaf surfaces and whitish to grayish color on the underside of leaves. Leaves are alternate and wolly on the underneath side. Produces aromatic scent similar to chrysanthemums. Reproduces by underground runners.
Low growing winter annual with alternate lobed leaves. Reproduces by seed.
Annual broadleaf weed with opposite, egg shaped leaves. Leaves are bluntly toothed and green to purplish ting in color. Produces flowers that are purplish in color. Stems are four sided. Reproduces by seed.
Annual broadleaf weed with deeply lobed leaves. Produces white flowers in clusters at the end of stems. Produces triangular shaped fruit. Reproduces by seed.
Broadleaf weed with rosette of basal leaves. Leaf color bright and shiny on upper surface. Lower surface of leaves is hairy and grayish, white in color. Reproduces by seed. Often found in dry, sandy conditions.
Annual broadleaf weed with spiny edges on deeply lobed leaves. Produces yellow flowers similar to dandelion. Leaves and stems contain a milky sap when broken. Reproduces by seed.
Annual broadleaf weed that grows prostrate. Leaves are opposite with reddish usually present in the middle. Stems are reddish in color and contain milky sap. Reproduces from seed annually.