Mouse-Ear Chickweed (Cerastium vulgatum)
Mouseear chickweed is a low-growing perennial that can tolerate extremely low mowing heights (even at greens height). It can tolerate a wide variety of soil and growing conditions. The leaves of mouseear chickweed are typically very thick, dark green and covered with hairs.
Structure: Prostrate with creeping stems
Life Cycle: Cool season perennial
What To Look For: Hairy leaves that look like mouse ears
Growth Period: Spring and early summer
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