Are weeds crowding your landscape? Do you need help identifying them? We found 5 good websites on weeds, most with a focus on the southeast. These sites show pictures of the weeds and discuss how to get rid of them. Most of these sites recommend weed killers to do the job, so, with that in mind, number 5 on the list gives ide as on getting rid of weeds without chemicals.
The DIY Network is a great place to start. The site shows big pictures of common weeds and what to do about them. You’ll recognize dandelion, ground ivy, clover, and others.
The National Gardening Association website is very helpful. It has pictures of many weeds and, for each, detailed descriptions of non-chemical ways to control them.
Pictures of Georgia weeds can be found at the “Official Turfgrass Website of the University of Georgia” (who knew?). Search first by broadleaf weeds or grass-like weeds then by common name or photo. You’ll need to do a bit of clicking to find what you’re looking for.
Select from this list of photos to ID common garden weeds in Georgia. You’ll learn all you ever wanted to know about weeds from crabgrass to hairy galinsoga—and the products to kill them.
At this site, you’ll see lots—and lots—of pictures of Arkansas’s toughest weeds. You’ll also learn which chemicals target which weeds.
Finally, there are lots of ways to control weeds without chemicals. No surprise: It’s a lot of work!
Now that you know what weeds look like, happy hunting!
And, if you get tired of pulling weeds, call Art of Stone Gardening, Georgia and ask about our seasonal maintenance service.