Annual weeds usually complete their life cycle within a year or less and reproduce by releasing seeds.
Examples of annual weeds include chickweed, crabgrass, knotweed, lambs-quarters, common mallow, pigweed, purple deadnettle, groundsel, nettle (common), purslane, speedwell, spurge, and yellow wood sorrel (oxalis).
It’s important to eradicate these weeds before they release their seeds.
In a YouTube video for Homebase, a gardening expert shared their garden tips for July, including how to stop certain weeds from spreading.
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