Often confused with white clover, black medic has 3 leaflet, clover-like leaves.
Common Chickweed (Stellarioa media)
Common Chickweed is extremely variable in its appearance, but generally it has a very slender tap root and greatly branching leafy stems, which lie along the ground.
Corn Speedwell (Veronica arvensis)
Corn Speedwell is small and not very showy, it is easy to overlook.
Dollarweed (Hydrocotyle umbellata)
Hydrocotyle umbellata, is an aquatic plant that thrives in wet, sandy habitat.
Henbit (Lamium amplexicaule)
Flowers appear in May and are about one-half inch long, trumpet-shaped, pinkish white to purple, and form just above upper leaves.
Matchweed or Mat Lippia (Phyla nodiflora)
The purple to white flowers emerge around the tip of the seed stalk forming a match-head appearance.
Knotweed Prostrate (Polygonum aviculare)
Prostrate knotweed is a supreme indicator weed. It is the earliest germinating of all the summer annual weeds.
Mouse-Ear Chickweed (Cerastium vulgatum)
Mouseear chickweed is a low-growing perennial that can tolerate extremely low mowing heights (even at greens height).
Purslane Speedwell (Veronica peregrina)
Veronica peregrina is a species of flowering plant in the plantain family known by several common names, including neckweed, American speedwell and purslane speedwell.
Lawn Burweed (Spurweed)
Lawn burweed (spurweed) is a small, low growing winter annual broadleaf plant, often confused with pineappleweed or brassbuttons.