What is this plant?
This plant is growing in my neighbors yard.(she’s moved away) so I don’t know if she planted it or if they are weeds.
GNATS - How to get rid of them?
Somehow my house and garden got tiny gnats that killed my fuchsia plant and fly everywhere. I have tried ALL the Web recommendations - soap and oil dishes, sand in th... See more
Marigolds growing! Should I pinch the buds?
My marigold plants are growing. I heard that pinching the buds until Autumn will allow them to grow without killing the plant. Is this true?
What's the best flower/plant to grow in Texas?
I know that opinions vary, but what's your opinion?!I have great luck w Rosemary plants. Green all year long.
How to care for a dogwood tree?
How to get rid of termites?
Suggestions on how to get rid of termites naturally are appreciated however if there is only a chemical solution for these pests please share as well. Thank you!
What type of plants can be used to plant in boulder wall crevices?
I forgot what I planted!
Can anyone identify these young veggie plants please? I get my seeds from food we buy from the shops, germinate them in tissue, and plant in our gardens. I have plant... See more
they look like they might be pine tree saplings.
It’s a pine tree
If the main stem is triangular it is likely to be one of the hedges that grow in marshy or wetland conditions.
I agree,I believe it is family of the papyrus plant
If it has a triangular stalk it could be yellow/purple nut sedge. This weed is taking over our yard! Spreads by hundreds of rhizomes in the dirt that can stay dormant for years.
Looks like what we in Florida call sand spurs. Don’t step on one, especially when they dry. Will attach to your clothing too.
It looks to me to be a type of grass. Not sure the variety.
It is not a baby pine tree. It is an invasive weed (provided you don't want it there). It is nutsedge, a grass-like plant that forms tiny tubers on its roots. Those tubers don't pull up easily, and the plant colonizes, so pulling them out once usually doesn't eliminate the colony. Glyphosate (Roundup) works well to eradicate them, or just continue to pull them out until you've exhausted the colony.
Is this a cockaburr?
It is a noxious, perennial weed called nutsedge. I would dig them up if possible. Here's information about them: http://ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/WEEDS/nutsedge.html