Thank you! I looked up sedge on TTT and it said Carex Spp is safe to feed, but it doesn’t really look like the grass in my backyard. Think I’ll do some more research before I serve it up.I’ll keep this moving...
First one - ?
Second - Common Daisy
Third - Looks like it belongs to the Sedge family
Fourth - ?, but based on the type of leaf, i wouldnt feed.
Thank you Yvonne! I’d been trying to research it on various sites but it’s very confusing. My research leads me to pineapple weed, mayweed or false chamomile, or chamomile , which runs the gamut from feed in moderation to do not feed on TTT . I guess, to be safe, I won’t feed. Wish I could though, for a varied diet. [emoji57]I'm not sure, but look up pineapple weed and sticky willie for the first two. I wouldn't feed any of those.
Hhm. So when i look up pineapple weed i see and find this. It doesnt get white flower petals.Ni, the first one is sticky willy. The daisy one is pieapple weed
I rubbed it with my fingers, does not appear to be sticky.
Thank you Tom! Good advice, will do.The fourth one is Indian Tobacco. Highly toxic and highly invasive. Carefully pull it out by the root and throw it in the trash before it goes to seed.
For the others take a sample of the whole plant to your local nursery and ask for the local plant nerd. Try to bring the full plant including roots, stems, leaves and flowers, if any.
The third one is a member of the sedge family. Here in the Phoenix area it is called onion grass and potato grass because of the tubers that it produces underground. It grows rapidly, spreads like wildfire, is almost impossible to get rid of except with an extremely toxic weed killer. My sulcatas love it which is good because it grows so fast.