12 Most Common Weeds

Learn how to identify and remove common weeds that may be taking over your lawn and garden spaces with this gallery.

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Creeping buttercup <i>(Ranunculus repens)</i>

Preferring damp soils, the buttercup is a good indicator that drainage may be required. It rapidly spreads using its creeping root system and has small, bright yellow flowers borne on erect stems with three-lobed, toothed foliage. Dig out established plants. H: 24 inches; S: 18 inches

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