Broad Leaved Lawn Weeds
Any lawn weed with a ‘broad leaf’ (e.g. buttercups, dandelions and daisies) can be classed as a broadleaf weed. The thick foliage of a broadleaf weed often starves the neighbouring grass of vital sunlight and prevents rainwater reaching the soil beneath. Left unchecked, broadleaf weeds can leave unsightly patches of bare soil in a lawn and cause a build-up of thatch beneath the surface.
How we treat broadleaf weeds
The precise treatment will change depending on the species of broad leaf plant you’re dealing with, but we typically start with a professional-grade feed & weed solution. We are certified in the safe application of the strongest herbicides on the market, and our feed & weed treatments are specially formulated to fight off broadleaf weeds whilst strengthening the grass. We may also recommend further bespoke treatments, depending on the severity of your broadleaf infestation.
Contact Lawnkeeper for a free lawn analysis
There’s no need for broadleaf weeds to ruin another summer in the garden. At Lawnkeeper, we’ve got the expert knowledge, skills and equipment to put it right. Call us out for a free lawn analysis and we’ll help you fall in love with your lawn again.