Tag Archives: White Flower

White flowers are common amongst British lawn weeds. They are easy to spot and difficult to ignore on a green lawn. The most common of these is the ubiquitous daisy.

Find out more about which lawn weeds have a white flower in these blog articles.

Common chickweed (stellaria media)

By | 19/08/2020

If you have your own garden, then there is a good chance you’ve seen common chickweed (stellaria media). It is a very common lawn weed in the UK. It produces a huge quantity of seeds throughout the year and can have the reputation as being something of a nuisance. It will root and grow everywhere and can be difficult to control in a lawn. Find out more about it here.

Greater plantain (plantago major)

By | 12/12/2017

Greater plantain (plantago major) is a very common weed in lawns and disturbed ground all over the UK. Plantago major has many common names. These include broad-leaved plantain, common plantain, rat-tail plantain, great waybrede and wibrow. Native americans also called it White Mans Foot and Englishmans foot. This is because it spread from puritan settlers villages along tracks and… Read More »

White clover (trifolium repens)

By | 26/06/2016

White clover is a very common, and easily recognisable weed on lawns all over the UK. The Latin name for white clover is trifolium repens, which literally translated means three-leaved creeper. Its common name is also Dutch Clover and it is a native plant to all of Europe and Africa and has been exported worldwide as a valuable and… Read More »