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what is my so-called lawn made up of?

Posted by nosyrosie z7/8 - Atlanta (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 2, 06 at 16:45

I've been noticing over the winter that sadly my lawn is disappearing, but it is being replaced by some kind of weed--I don't think it's proper groundcover.

The plant is very low,looks like little tiny parsley. From a distance it looks almost like moss. People remark that it's good looking but I'm afraid it will be a problem in the summer.

Does anybody know what this might be? Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks, Rose.


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RE: what is my so-called lawn made up of?

Okay, here's where I figured out how to upload a couple of pictures:

http://www.msnusers.com/lawnweedsyard

thx, Rose


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RE: what is my so-called lawn made up of?

I have this same stuff all over my lower backyard. I'm in the Piedmont of North Carolina. It will take over, run into beds and gardens...any help would be appreciated.


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