Cerastium vulgatum, one of several closely related species referred mouse-ear chickweed, is a low-growing winter annual native to Europe, but invasive in North America.
Low and spreading (but decumbent when in flower), hairy winter annual with white flowers.
Invasive in North America, and a troublesome weed of gardens and sparse lawns.
- Cultivation: Effective before flowers are produced in late spring.
- Mulching (for prevention): Effective
- Flame: Effective