A: I believe you are describing Asiatic Hawksbeard, Youngia japonica. This is classified as a cool season annual although it has been known to survive our winters. It’s only means of reproduction is by seed so if you can pull it up before it produces a flower or use a weedeater, this weed is not too difficult to control. It is common in Florida, found as far north as Pennsylvania and west to Louisiana. It is a native of Southeast Asia.
Q: What is the weed that has big leaves at the bottom; puts up a thin stalk with a cluster of little yellow flowers at the top? It is not a dandelion. I see it every where now.