Creeping beggarweed (Desmodium incanum) is a non-native landscape weed indigenous to Central and South America. This species was originally prized for its nitrogen fixing abilities and use as a forage plant. It has since diminished in applicable uses.
- Scientific Name: Desmodium incanum
- Common Name: Creeping beggarweed
- Seasonality: Warm
- Soil Type: Wet to dry
- Toxicity: Non-toxic
- Plant Growth: Herbaceous perennial
- Biology and Management of Creeping Beggarweed (Desmodium incanum) in Warm-Season Turf