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From: St. Augustine, FL
Region: Southeast
Topic: Seed and Plant Sources
Title: Looking for a source for Dollarweed in St. Augustine FL.
Answered by: Jimmy Mills

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A previously answered question has some nice things to say about Pennywort, and has the plants for sale.

That weed looked awfully familiar to me so I just checked my well-thumbed copy of Weeds of the Northeast and dollarweed isn’t in the Index. Also checked its alternate nickname of “pennywort”…nope. There’s “pennycress” and “thoroughwort” but no pennywort. Guess it is one of those ‘blessings’ of living in the South? ?

Now that I know I have a sort-of parasitic weed that lives because of me, what was I to do? Adding poison to the lawn went against my long running policy. Besides, one website even described dollarweed as the punch line in the corporate offices of poison producers. The toxins are only a temporary fix for a weed destined to return again and again. It seemed one man’s dollarweed is an industry’s dollar maker.

Like this:

Hi Debra — so, I need a turtle for my yard. If a turtle can also keep iguanas away, then I’m sold! ?

We just had a month of drought combined with my rake, I’m more or less free of it now.

I refuse to be a suburban slave to my lawn — at least that’s what I said until dollarweed entered my life.