It will eventually die off on summer just be on time on your fall pre emergent. I used to have a lot of poa annua at the beginning of the spring. I’m hand pulling them as much as I can.Codeman336 wrote: ↑Wed May 12, 2021 2:14 pmThanks @dicko1, @abrahamsirv, and @shadowlawnjutsu! I was mainly focused on the Poa Annua. Since we're going into summer, should I hold off to put down pre-emergent until late summer since what I have is already there and it won't start germinating again until then?
That looks like sedum, a succulent garden plant that apprently escaped cultivation. Transplant some into a garden bed. It makes a nice mat of green.
Looking at the pic again, I think you're right. I have this which seems to come up in dry sandy areas where not much else grows.
Looks like it, try to pull a piece out of the ground with the root intact...It looks like rather imature Triv...If you have tenacity that will help you identify it...Round up will be your only option, multiple rounds of it. Did you plant a shade mix of seed recently?
It’s been there since I got the house 6 years ago but it’s spread a good amount since then. Tenacity always lights it up but I figured I’d double check that it is in fact Triv before I did anything ‘drastic’. I’ve always just assumed it was Triv. Figured it might be worth it to get an early start on killing it off.Jersey_diy wrote: ↑Mon May 17, 2021 7:49 pmLooks like it, try to pull a piece out of the ground with the root intact...It looks like rather imature Triv...If you have tenacity that will help you identify it...Round up will be your only option, multiple rounds of it. Did you plant a shade mix of seed recently?
I think it is a type of fescue, round up will be your option...apply 3rd week of august, re apply 4th week of august as needed... Seed at labor day(depending on weather and soil conditions)