If you see little white flowers in your yard with bees active around them, chances are you have clover. Most lawns do. There are many kinds of this low-growing perennial weed that set up shop in yards across the country. The most common is white clover. Here's how you can control it.
Depending on where you live, weed-and-feed products can be effective against clover. Scotts® Turf Builder® Weed & Feed and Scotts® Lawn Pro® Step 2 Weed Control Plus Fertilizer are good options. If you have St. Augustine grass or carpetgrass, use a Scotts® Bonus® S Southern Weed and Feed. For spot-treating certain areas in the lawn, use Ortho Weed-B-Gon Max for Southern Lawns.