This weed is all over the garden this year. I think they may call it narrow. Or some thing like that.
And this vine just took over in the vegge garden. I hope it not poison. I may be in a hurt in a few days.
And the winner this year is this little guy. All 2 tons of it!!! LOL
Gary a west KY Gardener! (ZONE 6)
Gary I can't help you with the names, in my garden I just call them those DAM**D weeds! If I didn't put it there is is a weed and needs to be pulled out.
We did't put it there. And its all gone from 4 boxes now. Just 2 more to go.
I don't know the names of the 1st and the last....but I have the 2nd one and call it wild morning glory. Charlene
I don't know the names but, that middle one will strangle everything in it's path. Be sure to pull every one of those.
The third picture is Cleavers aka Goosegrass - Galium aparine.
The first one looks like Creeping Spotflower - Acmella oppositifolia. Google it to see if it looks like what you have.
Kay in Louisiana
Gary...that second one is bindweed....one of (if not the) worst of weeds....
Here is some info...
Bindweeds are a problematic for a number of reasons;
I hate the stuff!.....make it your enemy....
I was thinking that first one was wild mustard but not sure that is the flower but looks like what i have in one flower bed that I can't get rid of, you have to dig the roots out or it will come back MUCH bigger but yes, bindweed and its an aphid magnet, the stems will get covered with those yellow aphids so get rid of it QUICK and do weed patrol weekly to get it out when you see it growing, it'll choke the life out of anything in its path.
Gary, that Bindweed will wrap around anything, even the stems of flowers. Get it out quick.
1. Wild mustard
2. Wild Morning glory
3. Goose Grass
1 and 3 dilagence with lots of pulling, (herbicide for quick fix, but get before they go to seed).
2, Deep runner roots that will pop up feet away from parent plant. A strong herbicode is your best bet for this pest, and you may need more than one hit. I have used Round-Up on this pest and keep an eye open for a pop up plant and hit it soon.
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