Time to act:
Jun, Jul, Aug, Mar, Apr, May, Dec, Jan, Feb, Sep, Oct, Nov
Annual meadowgrass, Poa annua, can be found growing all year round, carrying out its short, six-week cycle of germinating, flowering and setting seed. This being the case, if it isn't appearing in large clumps, getting in the way of other plants or ruining your display, it might not be worth fighting it.
This grass can make itself at home all around the garden, particularly in beds, borders, the lawn and paving. It has fluffy flowerheads that disperse seed and keep the weed coming.
Find it on
all over the garden