Bindi (Soliva sessilis), also known as Bindii or Jo-Jo, is a prickly annual weed that commonly infests lawns and recreational areas. It features small, fern-like leaves and produces tiny, spiky seed pods that can be painful to step on. Bindi spreads rapidly, especially in compacted soils and poorly maintained lawns. Effective control involves maintaining a healthy lawn through proper mowing, fertilization, and the use of selective herbicides designed to target and eliminate Bindi.