Perennial Broad-leaved Weeds
Perennial broad-leaved weeds generally reproduce through seed, but also through various vegetative structures. Many only set seed in the second year, and some may die back after setting seed (biennials). Weed management can therefore be aimed at one or more phases of the life cycle such as prevention of seed setting or exhaustion of underground roots. More details on effective methods can be found in the weed management section.
Below is a list of common perennial broad leaved weeds. If you want to add any comments please use the add comment button. We will develop the information in these areas as the site develops so if we have left anything out or there is information you want, let us know.