Yellow Wood Sorrel
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An annual or short-lived perennial weed that can spread across the ground up to 50 cm in diameter. The creeping weed had a slender taproot, which is sometimes woody. Leaves are often green, sometimes purplish red, and obcordate in shape. Flowers are distinct yellow umbellate. The weed is commonly found in laws, gardens and disturbed ground. Yellow wood sorrel weed is similar in appearance to creeping oxalis weed.
Warm-and cool-season turf grass varieties.
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