A flowering lawn
Many gardeners choose to embrace the natural growth of lawn weeds to encourage a wild-flower meadow to blossom.
While this can look stunning in the setting of a cottage-style or wild garden, small flowering buds are not to everyone’s taste when it comes to styling a lawn.
According to the RHS, weed-induced flowers can occur in almost any lawn – even in grass that is closely mowed and well—kept, though it is most common in longer grass.
Dandelions, daisies, clover and buttercups are the most common types of flowering lawn weeds.