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  • Here are five "weeds" that are beautiful, edible, and have medicinal qualities and uses that you never knew! All five of these weeds grow in my yard.

    Five Useful Weeds: Beautiful and Edible

    Five Useful Weeds: Beautiful and Edible

    by Cynthia Calhoun75

  • Is your yard weedy? This article will help you identify and eradicate some of the most popular weeds that attack lawns.

    The 6 Most Common Lawn Weeds

    The 6 Most Common Lawn Weeds

    by Ashleign0

  • A normal suburban family could easily spend dozens of hours or well over $100 a year attempting to eradicate weeds. It's time to take a look at what these well-adapted plants can do for us.

    10 Useful or Edible Garden Weeds

    10 Useful or Edible Garden Weeds

    by Amelia Walker2

  • Green methods to remove weeds benefit you, your family, and your pets. Keep your yard a haven for birds and insects with these simple steps.

    How to Get Rid of Weeds Organically

    How to Get Rid of Weeds Organically

    by Juli Seyfried0

  • Looking for the best weed-puller removal tool? I highly encourage organic gardening practices, including hand weeding. This article outlines a few awesome weed-pulling tools that make the job a lot easier.

    Best Weed-Pulling and Removal Garden Tools

    Best Weed-Pulling and Removal Garden Tools

    by Garden Boy7

  • Although it is called the "vine that ate the south", it is entirely possible to kill kudzu on your property. My husband and I used this method to get rid of kudzu at our summer home.

    How to Get Rid of Kudzu in 5 Steps

    How to Get Rid of Kudzu in 5 Steps

    by Stove And Home2

  • A weed is an undesired plant in the wrong place. This guide helps you identify 22 of the the most common weeds you'll encounter in your garden—so you can love them or kill them!

    A Guide to Names of Weeds (With Pictures)

    A Guide to Names of Weeds (With Pictures)

    by Eugene Brennan0

  • Whether they're on the side of the road, in a crack in the sidewalk, or in the middle of our flowerbeds, we LOVE LOVE LOVE these weeds.

    Weeds We Love

    Weeds We Love

    by Jill Spencer21

  • Looking for a non-toxic solution to killing the weeks in your garden or lawn? It seems everyone has an opinion about what works best. Here are the test results of three of the most popular recipes for home-brewed herbicides.

    Do Homemade Weed Killers Work?

    Do Homemade Weed Killers Work?

    by Tom Lohr2

  • Every gardener deals with weeds, with many would-be gardeners throwing in the towel after just one season of daily weed pulling. Use these organic tips to help keep weeds under control this season.

    Organic Ways to Reduce Weeds in Your Garden

    Organic Ways to Reduce Weeds in Your Garden

    by Chris Sherwood0

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