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Identifying and Getting Rid of Invasive Plant

Category Weeds

I have a very invasive flower spreading over my yard/garden. It grows on a single stem, straight up with single leaf branches along the stem. It has a single whitish/pinkish, small multi-petal flower at the top. It spreads by very white, long runners, and the major root is white and is shaped like a rattlesnake's tail. I need to get rid of this stuff. It seems to grow better during the winter months that in the summer. Seems to like shade over sun.


By Penny

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February 25, 20130 found this helpful

Cut some of this weed and take it in to your University Extension Office, County Agricultural Commissioner's Office, or even a big nursery/garden center. They usually have reference books to play "match this weed" and staff will be able to help you figure out how to control it (we can hope).

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