Pearlwort (Sagina Procumbens)
Pearlwort is a dense, low-growing broadleaf weed with smooth, slender stems rooting at the nodes. Oppositely arranged, thin, grassy like leaves up to 14 mm long branch out from the stem at close intervals, not broadleaf in appearance.
These heavily branched stems form a mat-like growth habit that forms thick ground cover. Small, inconspicuous flowers appear in spring, summer and autumn, with green sepals and tiny white petals. Flowers remain closed in buds and are visible only briefly as they bloom.
Pearlwort is propagated mainly through seed but can also grow from vegetative parts. View our range of professional lawn care products online or ask our team about the best herbicide based on turf identification.