Dichondra is a spreading, broadleaf perennial weed that forms a dense mat, which can choke out a lawn or fill garden beds. The bright green, heart-shaped and round leaves are ¼ to ½ inch wide and rarely reach over several inches high. Dichondra does not grow in areas where temperatures fall below 25° F.
Dichondra is common in Southern and Western states, where it is sometimes used as a lawn substitute or ground cover.
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- Keep lawns properly fertilized and healthy to resist invasion.