Kill Clover in the Lawn
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.
Spread Some Clover Control
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 product that won't harm them, such as Scotts® Bonus® S Southern Weed and Feed.
You need an effective weed killer that won't harm your grass. Ortho® Weed-B-Gon MAX® Weed Killer for Lawns will get the job done. In southern lawns, you can use Ortho® Weed-B-Gon MAX® for Southern Lawns. Just be sure to follow the label directions.
Clover is a perennial weed that grows easily in moist areas. This shallow - rooted weed is found throughout the U.S. Clover also performs well in nitrogen - depleted soil, so consider applying a fertilizer application to help keep it from coming back.