If you’re sneezing this spring, Capeweed could be responsible for your hay fever.
Capeweed is one of the most common lawn weeds in the southern parts of Australia. They flower from September to November yearly and are characterized by their bright yellow petals.
Capeweed spreads quickly through wind and water, allowing the plant to cover large sections of grassland every spring. The recent heavy rainfall across NSW, ACT and Victoria will have contributed to the spread of capeweed through residential lawns.
Due to its fast reproduction, removing Capeweed from around your home could be a task that would keep you busy all spring. Our qualified lawn technicians can save your lawn save you time through our Lawn Care Program, click here to connect with your local technician and book a quote today.