Plantain Weed

Plantains have medium-green, oval shaped leaves that form flat rosettes. Each leaf is connected by a skinny, long stem protruding from the base of the plant. The foliage can be broad or narrow. This weed has a shallow, but thick, taproot that keeps them alive during the winter time. Plantains sprout in mid spring, and produce flower spikes in midsummer. This plant is well adapted to both wet and dry conditions.

Plantain Control

Plantains are perennial weeds, meaning they spread by both seed and creeping roots, making them difficult to get rid of. Our professionals will take care of any plantains growing in your yard. Leave the weeding up to us!

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