English daisy is a perennial whose leaves form a basal tuft or rosette. English daisy has a prostrate or spreading growing habit. The leaf texture varies and may be smooth or hairy. Leaves are narrow at the base and slightly lobed. The English daisy flower is typical of daisies, with white petals and yellow centers, although flowers are sometimes a pink or rose color. Plants have 3-4 inch flower stalks. The flower stalks are generally longer than the leaves; stems are smooth and leafless and support a single flower. English daisy reproduces by seed. English daisy is a serious problem in the northwest United States, but is found also in the northeastern states and southward.
Weed Photos: Courtesy of Dr. Lambert McCarty. Clemson University. Clemson, SC.
Make your post-emergence herbicide application to English daisy that is actively growing and in the seedling to flower stage of growth.
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