Venus Cat Trap Weed Invades Tulsa!

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Everyone knows about the harmless little Venus Flytrap plant. However, this plant had mutated in South America over the past few years, become much larger, and now consumes mice and rats in the jungle floor. Somehow, some plants made it to Texas, and has mutated even more into a totally new species….the Venus Cat Trap,… Read more »

Why Aren’t My Weeds All Gone?

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Why aren’t my Weeds all gone? One week after spraying. Many new customers start service with LawnAmerica during March and April, and often with a lawn full of weeds which are growing faster than the turf. Oftentimes there is purple henbit covering the lawn, along with chickweed, dandelions, and annual bluegrass. And since the bermudagrass… Read more »

The Forsythia are Blooming, so Crabgrass is Coming Soon

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Forsythia are somewhat common shrubs that are a little old school, found mainly in older landscapes. They are deciduous, shedding their leaves during the winter, and sprouting bright yellow flowering blooms with the onset of Spring. Forsythia has always been a good indicator as to when crabgrass germination is near. The lawn care folk lore… Read more »

What are those Big Green Clumps in my Lawn?

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Some people call it watergrass, some call it crabgrass, but every spring these weeds seem to invade lawns in our area. As the weather warms in March especially, these large green clumps of weeds stick out like a sore thumb in brown, dormant bermudagrass. They are actually fescue clumps, which have germinated into the bermudagrass… Read more »

Aren’t Those Purple Flowers Pretty!

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As my wife and I drove to church yesterday, she exclaimed, “Wow aren’t those pretty purple flowers” as we drove past some farmland exploding with purple from thousands of purple flowers. I laughed and told her that those are weeds…..Henbit, which comes up every March in untreated home lawns. In this case, the farmer had… Read more »