Never Pull This Weed
Any green thumb will tell you that gardening is hard. Besides fertilizing, pruning, and watering, pests and weeds may spoil your hard work.
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Dandelions can actually be beneficial for your yard," Chris Garrett from Evergreen Lawn & Pest Control tells Best Life.
Experts suggest growing one common weed.
They essentially aerate the ground naturally and can help with excess water pooling, which can cause root rot in other plants.
Yard plants and grass benefit from dandelions.
They're able to grow in harsh conditions, so they offer a pretty, flowering, fast-growing alternative to bare dirt
One method may slow dandelions.